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Identifying the Bottleneck on a Static File Server at 1000 requests/sec
If it can be determined that certain of the files are requested much more frequently than others, those would be ideal candidates for memcached or some other in-memory scheme. If you can reduce hard drive hits by 50% by caching 20% of your files, for examaple, that's a big win.
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