On Apr 10, 2008, at 5:28 PM, Mark Stosberg wrote:
> So, the front-end proxy would have a number of max connections, say
> 200, and it would connect to another httpd/mod_perl server behind
> with a lower number of connections, say 20. If the backend httpd
> server was busy, the proxy connection to it would just wait in a
> queue until it was available.
If you read the mod_perl performance tuning guide, it will tell you to
do exactly this. These are solved problems for many, many years now.
The apache mod_proxy really does wonders...
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