large number of cache files
roger at netskrt.io
Thu Sep 10 23:14:06 UTC 2020
from a practical perspective, what would be considered an unreasonable large number of cache files (unique cache keys) in a single nginx server?
1M, 10M, 100M?
With a large cache, would there be any significant benefit in using multiple caches (multiple key_zones) in a single nginx server?
Or using two nginx servers on the same physical server (or VM)?
I am aware of the ~ 8K keys (files) per 1 MB of key zone memory, and that available memory thus poses a limit. I am curios at what point the the cache exceeds the comfort zone of the design.
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