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I have server Linux based on

centos 6.5 final 64bit , 
ram 128 G.B 
dual E5-2650 processor 
Hard disk : 4 SSD Hard disk RAID-5
Network Speed 1/Gbps
Bandwidth Speed 500/Mbps up to 3/Gbps

My Wbebserv apache based on nginx engine

I have Problem playing videos on the server , the server play videos after 12 Seconds , i want to increase the performance so the videos load less than 5 Seconds

What is the best configuration i have to do in nginx , and sysctl configuration or other configurations so i can increase the bandwidth playing speed ?

marked as duplicate by TheCleaner, HopelessN00b, Nathan C, Magellan, Zoredache linux May 16 '14 at 17:40

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  • @TheCleaner it's not duplicated , because i want to know the values i should set in the configuration files so i can had the best perforamnce for playing videos to the server , this link show u information generally – user209827 May 16 '14 at 17:28
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    I voted that way instead of too broad/book answer to at least give you some things to start down. Your question isn't specific enough. We don't know your server config, nginx config, webserver stats, performance metrics, etc. – TheCleaner May 16 '14 at 17:31
  • @TheCleaner i actually don't know what is the configuration REALTED to slow playing videos issue so i can put the configuration to see it – user209827 May 16 '14 at 17:33
  • @user209827 ... well if you don't know, how/why do you expect us to be able to divine the answer for you? We're not clairvoyant. – HopelessN00b May 16 '14 at 17:36
  • it's really nice to see u all mark the question as duplicated instead of telling the answer because with all do respect you guys mark questions duplicated , closed that u cannot HAVE the answer , and if my question not clear how could ewwhite answer it ? and how could u guys moderators in this site ? – user209827 May 16 '14 at 18:16

Here's what you can do to your base system:

# yum install tuned tuned-utils
# tuned-adm profile throughput-performance

See the chart below. These settings will at least make the I/O scheduler aware of what you're trying to do and help with some better sysctl and storage subsystem defaults. Can you test with this and report back? You can revert the settings to default with tuned-adm profile default

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