[ATrpms-users] dl.atrpms.net down?
drees76 at gmail.com
Fri May 2 01:34:31 CEST 2008
On Thu, May 1, 2008 at 4:16 PM, John Robinson
<john.robinson at anonymous.org.uk> wrote:
> On 01/05/2008 23:40, Axel Thimm wrote:
> > So it's about 32MB/360MB real/virtual just as you said in the beginning.
> I'm still surprised at how big they are; without making any effort my
> PHP+SSL httpds are 8MB/20MB. Are you using mod_perl?
Not sure why yours are so tiny.
Server 1 - a couple http and https hosts (no php): 6.7MB/60MB real/virt
Server 2 - a couple http and https hosts (+ php): 20MB/64MB real/virt
Server 3 - a couple http and https hosts (+ php): 15MB/35MB real/virt
PHP bumps up the memory usage by a considerable amount. Which is why
serving static content with something lightweight like lighttpd is
worth while. Then you run PHP under FastCGI.
But as already mentioned, porting the configuration over is a big hassle.
As an alternative, I'm sure that it's primarily one or two vhosts
which get hit the most, such as dl.atrpms.net which is also likely to
be mostly static content. As long as it has it's own IP, you can run
that under something light like lighttpd. No need to move everything
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