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What the New Version of NGINX Means for You

What the New Version of NGINX Means for You
And if the objective of all new releases was to support the latest technology, I could just end this article right here. HTTP/1.1, it would appear, will not go gently into that good night. It's not just for an abundance of procrastination, as has been …
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Unofficial Android Marshmallow Available For Nexus S
Dmitry has a small list of things left to do on the device, including some work with the battery statistics, implementing a new kernel rather than the older one and resolving an issue with the APN settings reverting to IPv6. Dmitry does not consider …
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BroadForward Provides M2M Proxy Solution for the World's First Private Virtual
The implementation of the proxy solution and PVNO service by CGI follows the recent introduction by the Dutch telecommunications regulator of a unique, industry changing legislative framework that enables enterprises to become communication service …
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ICANN Should Curb Anonymous Domain Name Abuses
Some website owners choose to use a privacy and proxy service, which submits contact information for the service provider and is then responsible for relaying any inquiries to the actual registrant. Unfortunately, not all privacy and proxy services …
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Ten thousand requests per second with nginx

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Ten thousand requests per second with nginx
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I’ve been playing around with nginx webserver, just managed to coax 10000 requests a second out of it. On my laptop. With a load of 0.04 according to top. For comparison, apache managed ~5000 with a load of 0.79. The next job is figuring out how to get more than 11 pages a second from wordpress on fastcgi php …

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