November 27, 2014

Pitfall of proxying HTTP requests through Lighttpd

Recently I had a case with a web server farm where a random node went down every few minutes. I don’t mean any of them rebooted except once or twice, but rather they were slowing down so much that practically stopped serving any requests and were being pulled out from the LVS cluster. The traffic […]

Announce: Front End Performance Optimization

I guess many of you know us and so our company for MySQL related services. It is true this is majority of our business at this point but it is far from everything. Our goal in reality is to help people to build and operate quality systems, typically web sites, which means we help customers […]

Speedup your LAMP stack with LigHTTPD

Apache Web server could frequently be bottleneck for your LAMP stack, or you might be wasting resources on your web servers. The problem with Apache server comes from “client per process” architecture which you have to stick to at least for dynamic content served by PHP or ModPerl. With “client per process” you end up […]