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Re: max requests a celeron web server can handle

On Monday 19 July 2004 19.22, Shannon R. wrote:
> I've been googling around for recorded info on how many static files
> per second a [...] Apache web server can serve before it starts
> getting slow.


In my experience, unless you have a *very* fast network connection, 
apache should be able to easily saturate your network connection if 
it's really just static files. Of course, network latency could be a 
problem so you'll probably want to allow a *lot* apache processes - 
with 1 G RAM this shouldn't be a problem.

(And if it's really just static files, perhaps you may want to change to 
one of the simpler, faster web servers if you're really worried about 

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