Sorry i forgot to mention it, max cli setting is 500.
On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 12:07 PM, <lst_hoe02(at)kwsoft(dot)de> wrote:
> Zitat von Aras Angelo <araskoktas(at)gmail(dot)com>:
> I have this server, Dual Intel Xeon 2.83GHz w 4gb ram.
>> My shared buffers were set to 1756 MB.
>> We have a high traffic e-commerce site, yesterday like 80000 uniques.
>> We cache most of our dynamic pages to disk so its wierd we are experience
>> really slow response times with postgresql.
>> Usually the number of simultaneous connections i monitor is around 8 to
>> but yesterday night, maybe there was a spike in the traffic, it was going
>> to 100, so the pages were taking like 15 seconds to render.
> As far as i know the default for max_connections is "100" on many Linux
> Distros. This would explain why your web-app is slow when reaching this
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