Handling 500k concurrent connections on Linux

姚伟斌 yaoweibin at gmail.com
Wed Oct 10 10:06:34 UTC 2012


My colleague has done similar work as you. He has successfully established
2000k connections in one Nginx server. You can read this blog with google
translate: http://rdc.taobao.com/blog/cs/?p=1062 . It's written in Chinese[?]

Hope this can help you.

2012/10/10 John Watson <john at disqus.com>:
> I was wondering if anyone had some tips/guidelines for scaling Nginx on
> Linux to >500k concurrent connections. Playing with the
> nginx_http_push_stream module in streaming mode. Noticing periodic slow
> accept and/or response headers. I've scoured the Internet
> looking/learning ways to tune Nginx/Linux but I think I've exhausted my
> abilities.
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Hardware
> Dual Nehalem 5520
> 24G RAM
> Intel 82576 (igb)
> Ubuntu 12.04.1 (3.2.0-31-generic x86_64)
> Thank You,
> John W
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Weibin Yao
Developer @ Server Platform Team of Taobao
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