Gotta agree with Kate here. AOLserver is much faster than Apache 1.3.xx,
might be more even when Apache 2.0 becomes more stable.
I would be using AOLserver now except that it didn't work well with PHP
when I tested it last. AOLserver 3.1 is out now so I'll give that a spin
with PHP4. Expect a report later..
"John P . Looney" wrote:
>> On Thu, Sep 14, 2000 at 06:40:37PM +0100, Dave Burke mentioned:
> > Example: Apache-1.3.12, with kernel 2.2.16, downloading a 5k file gave an
> > overall requests/sec of 690.62. The best I've gotten out of aolserver,
> > with kernels 2.2.14-5.0 & 2.4.0-test8, is 49.98, and even at that it only
> > completed 29991 out of the 50000 it was supposed to do, before hitting the
> > max time I set.
>> I honestly don't know what you are doing wrong...in my tests, with simple
> "hello world" type script things, I was getting ~10 times the performance
> of Apache on a 128Mb machine. What sort of "concurrent connections" are
> you using ? Anything more than 300 is asking for trouble...though I've not
> ever seen it dropping connections.
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