On 07:58 Sat 19 Feb     , Eric Hodel wrote:
> Actually, page 14 should read "~200k hits/day", and that's 6 pages/sec 
> per FastCGI process (we're running 30 total).
> 
> each box does ~100k hits/day of dynamic content without any noticeable 
> load on the servers.  (Load isn't noticeable until it hits at least 2, 
> once you get to 4 you really start to feel things, because your 
> commands get laggy and you have to nice things).
> 
> Basically, we could probably run the whole site off of one box for a 
> few more months of growth.

Thanks for the clarification, Eric. Sorry for the misrepresentation.
I'll fix the presentation and upload it again.

> >I mean I can
> >look at the homepage size and do back of the envelope math to say "ok,
> >that's roughly sustaining 8mbit" but I don't really have any framework
> >to compare that to what PHP, Perl, or ASP would sustain in that
> >situation.
> 
> Our homepage is almost entirely pulled from memcache, we can serve 
> *lots* of homepages.

Very, very cool. :)

- Jamis

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