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Re: max requests a celeron web server can handle

Citát Nate Duehr <nate@natetech.com>:

> Too many variables.  Apache comes with "ab" (apache benchmark) - you
> can use it to do real-world testing to answer the question.

I have another question - what is the optimal max. keep-alive time? Because as I
can see from Apache's /server-status page on our server, there are usually about
10-15 processes in state "S" (Sending Reply) and another 40-50 in "K"
(keepalive). In have lowered this time from 15 seconds to 10. Is there any
optimal setting?

What is the default browser behavior? I load www.somewebsite.com, with 20 little
images. Browser makes few connections to server, fetches all images and the
connections stay in keepalive state. When I click some link on that web page,
does the browser try to verify all the (same) images again? Or just fetches the
new page and maybe some new image?

  bYE, Marki

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