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SubjectRe: Lots of questions about tux and kernel setup
On Mon, 5 Nov 2001, Roy Sigurd Karlsbakk wrote:

> Hi all.
Hi

>
> First of all - the plan now, is to use Tux as the web server, as I've got
> the impression - both by testing it, and of what's been said on the list,
> that it's one of the fastest solutions I can find - at least on Linux. I
> plan to serve some <= 250 concurrent connections, each given a maximum
> bandwidht (in tux) of 7 Mbps. The average bandwidth use will be somewhere
> between 4 and 5 Mbps, but it may peak at 7. The server I'll set up will
> only run Tux - no Apache. Tux will be setup not to log, and virutally all
> system daemons will be stopped. Some management agents (from Compaq or
> whoever we'll go for) may run, but that's it. I also plan to set it up
> without any swap partition.
>

to answer other "not asked" questions of yours ill point you to :
http://www.specbench.org/osg/web99/results/res2000q4/web99-20001127-00075.html

as that should help you very much :) (that /proc tweaking its pretty cool)

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Mihai RUSU
"... and what if this is as good as it gets ?"

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