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Oct
31
comment Is Apache 2.2.22 able to sustain 1.000 simultaneous connected clients?
Thank you so much. This realy helps. Both configurations are working fine. Now, I've to find out what's the best in performance for my mix of static and dynamic requests. Once again, thank you very much. I'll give you a link to my results once all the benchmarks will be done (i.e. within the end of the week).
Oct
29
comment Is Apache 2.2.22 able to sustain 1.000 simultaneous connected clients?
I'd be glad to set the numbers affecting the worker processes in a way that the 1000 clild process are always available if I knew how to do it. So, using the MPM_WORKER module, what parameters should I tune? TIA for you advice.
Oct
28
comment Is Apache 2.2.22 able to sustain 1.000 simultaneous connected clients?
I changed my Apache2 configuration to use the mpm_worker_module but I still can't figure what's the best settings to use on my quite powerfull machine. Where could I find a clear and detailed documentation explaining how to configure Apache2?
Oct
28
comment Is Apache 2.2.22 able to sustain 1.000 simultaneous connected clients?
As shown in the apache2.conf above, it's mpm_prefork_module.
Oct
28
comment Is Apache 2.2.22 able to sustain 1.000 simultaneous connected clients?
Dear adapt, if you don't want to answer more precisely, it's your right but in this case, please just don't post since such messages are clearly useless. BTW, I've absolutely no clue of what you're talking about! What documentation are you refering to? Anyhow, thanx.
Oct
27
comment Is Apache 2.2.22 able to sustain 1.000 simultaneous connected clients?
I tought my question was clear enough: So, to be direct, what is the Apache2 configuration to use to sustain 1.000 simultaneaous clients sending both static and dynamic (PHP) requests on a machine that has an AMD FX 8150 8 core @ 4.2 GHz, 32 Gb of RAM and 2 SSD Crucial running Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS 64 bit? Your advice and expertise would be trully appreciated. TIA.
Oct
27
comment Is Apache 2.2.22 able to sustain 1.000 simultaneous connected clients?
Thanks adaptr for your point. As described in my first post, I've 32 Gb of RAM. So, accordingly to documentation I've found, I must use the mpm_prefork_module in order to let Apache2 (2.2.22) respond to both static requests and dynamic requests (PHP). In this case, what should be the best settings to sustain 1.000 clients? Now, if this module is deprecated, what should I use? TIA for your advice.
Oct
26
comment How to load the environment variables at boot time before X11 on Ubuntu Precise?
OK Danila, I've read the complete link you gave me and made the modifications that you said but now, I get the errors shown in the main message above. I guess it's a syntax problem but I don't understand how to fix it. TIA for your help. Cheers. ;)
Oct
26
comment How to load the environment variables at boot time before X11 on Ubuntu Precise?
OK Danila, I see what you did. I'll try that and will let you know tomorrow since I'm currently in Europe and it's already 3:15 AM. In any event, thank you so much for your help. BTW, do not hesitate to tell me why my script is so bad. Then I'll learn from your comment to correct this script and for future others. Thanks again. Cheers. ;)
Oct
26
comment How to load the environment variables at boot time before X11 on Ubuntu Precise?
I will never ever claim that my script could be good or even fair since, as I said, I'm a newbee trying to learn Linux. So, thanks again for your precious advice and help.
Oct
26
comment How to load the environment variables at boot time before X11 on Ubuntu Precise?
In fact, I've just modified my original message to include the abc initscript file since I can't answer myself to my own question before the next 8 hours (I'm too young on this forum). ;)
Oct
26
comment How to load the environment variables at boot time before X11 on Ubuntu Precise?
Thank you Danila, but I'm quite a newbee and I'm not sure how to set the Go and Scala environment variables within my /etc/init.d/abc script. I put this script in the next answer (to be readable).
Oct
26
comment How to load the environment variables at boot time before X11 on Ubuntu Precise?
Thank you Mark, but I don't know how to do so. Could you please explain how to set and export the environment variables in the /etc/init.d script? I guess you're talking about my abc script that start the abc executable. If yes, how should I declare these environment variables. TIA and thanks again for the hint.