artemrts at ukr.net
Sun Apr 19 13:12:40 UTC 2015
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From: "Rainer Duffner" <rainer at ultra-secure.de>
Date: 19 April 2015, 15:53:29
> > Am 19.04.2015 um 13:14 schrieb wishmaster :
> > Hi,
> > Today after upgrading from nginx version 1.6.x to 1.7.x I have got a segmentation fault. After short investigation the culprit was found. It is module by Frikle - nginx_slowfs_cache.
> > Is anybody has the same issue? Is this module is obsolete?
> Can you describe your use-case for it?
> And whether you saw a performance-boost from it, compared to other alternatives?
> I wouldn’t say it’s useless these days, but I view it as a bit „exotic“.
Read this from official website:
`ngx_slowfs_cache` is `nginx` module which allows caching of static files
(served using `root` directive). This enables one to create fast caches
for files stored on slow filesystems, for example:
- storage: network disks, cache: local disks,
- storage: 7,2K SATA drives, cache: 15K SAS drives in RAID0.
**WARNING! There is no point in using this module when cache is placed
on the same speed disk(s) as origin.**
I use RAM disk for this cache. Yes, it is fast enough.
Do you know any alternatives?
More information about the nginx