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Jonathan Gabor (@jgabor) is a web connoisseur with a taste for web development & design. Fan of WordPress, web standards, death metal & OSS in general. Also vegetarian.


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accepted Configure php5-fpm for many concurrent users
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comment Configure php5-fpm for many concurrent users
@PeterB Don't know yet, waiting for the next spike to occur. :) But page loading time as dropped significantly (3sec to 1.1sec) after introducing fastcgi_cache to the mix and the server "feels" more stable. But only time will tell...
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comment Configure php5-fpm for many concurrent users
According to varnishstat the hitrate is about 0.80. Max children was earlier at 100 but was raised to 200 to see if it helped against the spikes. And as I stated, I had max requests at 0 (unlimited) before setting it to 1000 as a test to see if it could help with the crashes. But I'll remove it again! I don't do disc enhanced caching... Everything W3TC caches is cached to memcached. (And yes, W3TC is allowed to purge. :) I'll definitely take a look at your vcl. Thanks! That IfIsEvil I actually already knew... No idea why I haven't spotted it before. Stupid me! Thanks for pointing it out.
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comment Configure php5-fpm for many concurrent users
Thanks! All configs are added and a clarification on how many is "many" is added to the first section. Hitrate for memcached and Varnish is around 70% at all times. I'm sure that can be improved upon, and I'll look into that later.
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comment Configure php5-fpm for many concurrent users
APC is already installed with a 128 MB cache. Thanks for <code>fastcgi_cache</code>, I'll look into it. :)
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comment mod_rewrite rules in a separate configuration file (Aegir)
Unfortunately, no. That didn't solve the problem, but it was a good try... The problem is that the site get's moved between directories because of platforms/codebases, so when doing a migration of a new version of the site it get's moved from /www/platform-1.0/sites/site-1.com to /www/platform-1.1/sites/site-1.com
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comment mod_rewrite rules in a separate configuration file (Aegir)
silviud: I can't use a .htaccess-file, because that's also generated by the hosting-platform.
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comment mod_rewrite rules in a separate configuration file (Aegir)
GregD: It's not a duplicate, because that article does only cover the syntax/usage of mod_rewrite, and this is primarily a Apache2.2 configuration question.
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