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Beyond 1Gb upload on a single linux server

I have a high hit nginx web server on CentOS that provides static large content. when the number concurrent connection are low, server could easily provide up to 4Gb of traffic , but when the number ...
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Rail's FileStore with Linux Disk Caching or RAMdisk?

I have a Ruby on Rails application that stores it's catched files on the filesystem (Rails file-system cache). I was thinking about changing to memcached Store, but a short test shows it isn't a big ...
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How to log/graph memory usage over time in Windows server?

Seems like an simple question, but using Resource monitor and Performance monitor, I only seem to get snapshots of memory usage. What is the best way to determine what available memory was at 03:00 ...
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vmware virtual sockets vs cores per socket

VMware configuration give me various options for upgrade the cpu of the virtual machine. Number of virtual sockets Number of cores per socket If I need 4 cpu in my linux box, which is better for ...
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optimize mysql queries perfomance and speed

i need some help in some mysql queries i'm trying to improve it's performance and speed i'm trying to figure out how to do that using mysql syntax . here is an snippet of a query function i use ...
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Are there any free software to test web server?

I wrote own http server. Are there any free software, test packages or toolset to validate whether it complies fully or partially with HTTP 1.0 (rfc 1945). And moreover it'd great if this software ...
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Fastest OS for Java applications

I have a multithreaded Java program. I am dealing with certain perfomance problems. I have improved everything. Hardware + Software. Now I think that it's time to move to proper Operating System. I ...
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Solid State Drive for SQL/OS

I'm looking at using SSD to improve DB performance in a large data warehouse. In our instance we know in advance that most of the data is write once, read many - especially as it's reference data. ...