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Re: bad performance tux T9



Hi Janek,

> I've experienced this before when the size of the page changes on
> different requests. It seems that ab takes the size of the first page
> delivered and if any of the following pages differ in size it
> considers this a failed request... Rather annoying when you're dealing
> with dynamic content. 
> 
> Of course since it seems that you are serving static pages the size
> should not change so it might be that tux is setting the document
> length header incorrectly here...
 
It's static, yes. Am I the only one who sees this problem? With
2.4.2-ac20 and T3 on one server, all was ok. Now on two servers,
2,4,2-ac20 and T9 I get the huge amount of failed requests. It was zero
with T3. Can somebody confirm or deny the same problem with T9 I have?

	Ookhoi


> > $ ./ab -n 500000 -c 1000 -k http://localhost/
> > This is ApacheBench, Version 1.3a-deb
> > Copyright (c) 1996 Adam Twiss, Zeus Technology Ltd,
> > http://www.zeustech.net/
> > Copyright (c) 1998-1999 The Apache Group, http://www.apache.org/
> >
> > Server Software:        TUX/2.0
> > Server Hostname:        localhost
> > Server Port:            80
> >
> > Document Path:          /
> > Document Length:        4 bytes
> >
> > Concurrency Level:      1000
> > Time taken for tests:   57.631 seconds
> > Complete requests:      500000
> > Failed requests:        249906
> >    (Connect: 0, Length: 249906, Exceptions: 0)
> > Keep-Alive requests:    250094
> > Total transferred:      38264382 bytes
> > HTML transferred:       1000376 bytes
> > Requests per second:    8675.89
> > Transfer rate:          663.95 kb/s received
> >
> > Connnection Times (ms)
> >               min   avg   max
> > Connect:        0    48 45072
> > Processing:    11    27    35
> > Total:         11    75 45107
> >
> > 	Ookhoi





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