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I have seem at least 10 benchmarks showing the same. Do your own research and try to be a little less biased. Latest apache does the same as nginx now. Event driven model with multiple connections handled by a single thread. That is as simple as that and it shouldn't be too hard to understand that using the same techniques, apache will indeed be as fast.
See a more detailed benchmark here: (search for nginx for comparison)
easy, google it:
apache 2.4 in event model can beat nginx in some situation.
Event model is event model whether it is nginx or apache. Most nginx fanboys know nothing about this unfortunately...
Exactly, they have been copying from each other lately anyway so they are close to equivalent in terms of performance. Runtime VMs are runtime VMs.
Well maybe not but they got a less of a Ronald McDonald's like strategy.
> both in ease of administration and more importantly, in performance (why is Apache still spawning processes for every request that comes in..
Apache has had thread model (no need to fork new processes) and EVEN nginx like event model, with fewer/threads than connections for quite a while. Update your info. We run latest IIS and apache on production servers and IIS seems to do pretty well but saying the things you say about apache isn't fair and false in some cases.
In fact, we run instances of apache with event model (max 75 threads, max 4096 connections, keep alive 5 seconds) as a caching reverse proxy and WAF (mod_security) in front of IIS application servers and others. Centralized WAF configuration for all applications and caching so all static content requests rarely hit the application servers.
App server behind the caching reverse-proxy get 2 to 15 work threads, keepalive rarely on, the config is fine tuned with the help of benchmarks and yes, some backend apps are faster with only 2 workers and often degrade with more than 15.
This is a typical performance setup.
Pine rules and filters have been doing this for me since 1995.
I use pine and its rules, filters and roles since 1995, never looked back, it still works fine today.
Google hopes to replace gmail with inbox one day.
Not a very friendly approach anyway if you ask me. I hope no species get the same idea with planet Earth as target for their research.
You must be new around here. Where did you get that low uid from?
LTO6 is $40/6TB compressed.
4TB hdd is $130.
2TB hdd is $80.
The numbers match what you would like to see.
I don't follow your post.
Given the post you replied to, you must mean:
LTO6 is â40/6TB compressed.
4TB hdd is â130.
2TB hdd is â80.
Well, we have backups in Canada, Australia and England so we do not qualify with regards to the requirements because we do not have backups in any state.
I am a girl, you insensitive clod.
Running wp without at least a WAF in front of it, what could possibly go wrong?