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Jul
29
comment G-Wan uses all available memory
The gwan.log [edited] part that contains your HW detection is of crutial importance... so please publish it. This will explain why the program consumes almost 200 MB of RAM and silently crash.
Jul
28
comment G-Wan uses all available memory
Since you have no script (init, maintenance, servlet, handler) your G-WAN setup is used for static contents... Now, regarding the problem itself, a few things like a dump of the "gwan/logs/gwan.log" and "gwan/trace" files would help to shed some more light on what is happening. Also, running as an application rather than as a service would let you get more information in the parent terminal in case of errors.
May
12
comment Why is G-Wan performance so low on Opteron?
Twice better, not bad. But what is the size of the static file fetched in the test? Keep in mind that anything greater than a few bytes will spend more time in the kernel than in the userland server application that you are trying to test.
Nov
27
comment How to write a URL rewrite rule in g-wan?
Here is a more complete G-WAN rewrite example with debugging tips: stackoverflow.com/questions/13479044/…
Nov
27
comment GLIBC 2.6 on Centos 5.8
G-WAN worked hard recently to remove this issue, look at this other reply: stackoverflow.com/questions/13559098/…
Nov
7
comment Virtual Host on G-Wan
G-WAN can support both www.domain and domain providing that you read the FAQs or the manual.
Sep
1
comment How to configure g-wan to use virtual hosts?
The G-WAN FAQs explain how it works: gwan.com/faq#listener
Apr
10
comment Looking for the fastest web server
G-WAN seems to be the fastest for both static and dynamic contents, and it supports Java, C, C++, D and Objective-C scripts (PHP is "in the works").
Apr
10
comment how to use nginx as a caching reverse proxy to replace squid/varnish
Any (publicly documented) test available to back your claim that Varnish is faster than Nginx? I am asking because I have never seen that happening...