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Old 07-18-2008, 01:27 AM
chloe K
 
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Hi all

what is the different between light httpd vs typical apache?

how can i do sysctl to increase apache performance

thank you

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Old 07-20-2008, 11:22 PM
Dario Alcocer
 
Default apache question

chloe K wrote:

Hi all

what is the different between light httpd vs typical apache?
The lighttpd server is a low-resource web server; it is especially
useful if you have a lot of static content. It is based on I/O
multiplexing so it doesn't need multithreading support. Apache, on the
other hand, is more widely deployed. If you learn how to configure and
tune it, you'll have marketable skills.



how can i do sysctl to increase apache performance

Just search the web for 'httpd sysctl tuning'.

HTH,

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