[Grok-dev] Assembly Alive 2.0 (Nginx rocks)
sebastian at urbantalk.se
Fri Aug 3 05:43:41 EDT 2007
My experience of moving from Apache to Nginx was a huge increase in
performance whilst at the same time reducing the required resources
CPU/Memory a lot (unfortunately I didn't write down the numbers but
it kept me smiling for weeks).
I use Nginx for URL rewriting with three instances of Zope 2.7 on
different ports on the back end. I have both streaming content (as in
huge file system movies (200M+) that are streamed by Zope) and
ordinary website content.
I used to have problems with apache loosing connections to the
backend servers, but those problems disappeared with Nginx. In my
case Nginx is a lightweight solution that outperforms Apache in every
3 aug 2007 kl. 00.47 skrev Tim:
> On Thursday 02 August 2007 13.13.32 Christian Theune wrote:
>> I'm proud to present one of my projects that I've been working on
>> lately, that went live today: Assembly Alive 2.0
>> It's based on current grok and Zope 3, running behind nginx.
> What are you using nginx for? Just url rewriting?
> How can it be so fast? The pages are almost instant.
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