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Chris Withers chris at simplistix.co.uk
Mon Aug 23 06:50:33 EDT 2004

Shane Hathaway wrote:
>>I have two hypopthesis:
>>1. Some search engine or other spider is ocassionally crawling some
>>non-cached and very CPU intensive pages.
>>2. Something silly has happened that's left each of the clients on app1
>>in single-threaded mode, so more than two simultaneous requests just get

What can I do to rule out the above possibilities?

> Hypthesis 3: it's the network.  Perhaps the load balancer or some other box is 
> dropping packets.  I don't think I saw a delay when I accessed the site 
> through an SSH tunnel (to reach a specific app server).

Hmmm, I'm afraid I think I did, but those were connections forwarded 
through cache1. In any case, how do we go about proving or disproving 
this hypothesis?

> The front page loads thousands of objects from the catalog,


> so it needs to be 
> cached.  The rest probably doesn't need to be cached (and mostly isn't.)

Hmm, see hypothesis 1 ;-)


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