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SubjectRe: Linux kernel 2.4 and TCP terminations per second.
from a recent test I just was running with apache on a 1.2GHZ athlon 512MB
ram it looks like it will do ~1800 connections/sec.

just to put the numbers below in perspective :-)

David Lang

On Tue, 6 Nov 2001, Alan Cox wrote:

> > Does anybody know , what is the maximum number of TCP (http)
> > terminations/per second a server (single/dual/.. processor) in todays
> > market can do, without much CPU load. The server would be running linux
> > kernel 2.4 and apache web server.
>
> If you are running any kind of high performance connections/second load then
> you dont run apache. That isnt what apache is good at
>
> thttpd will do 2000/sec on a decent box. zeus (non free) more, and tux
> (kernel http accelerator) holds some records
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