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[users@httpd] 答复: [users@httpd] Can apache http server handle millions of static pages or pictures ?


Do you know the centos file system limitation for file accessing? Under what situation, the process of looking up the files will slow down?
If too many files or directories on a server could slow down the file access, maybe I will consider distribute the files to different servers. But the costs will go up as I need more servers. Our budget is limited.
If I use mod_cache, then when the content is changed for a certain page, how should I clear the cache for that page?
Thank you.



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发件人: Jim Jagielski [mailto:jim@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
发送时间: 2018年11月2日 22:48
收件人: users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
主题: Re: [users@httpd] Can apache http server handle millions of static pages or pictures ?

It's most likely better to just use mod_cache...

> On Nov 2, 2018, at 10:45 AM, Darryl Philip Baker <darryl.baker@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 
> I'm not absolutely sure about millions but I have a few hundred thousand pages. The two issues that might be a problem is the filesystem speed of your implementation and the path name length. Not Apache limitations but that of your file server's OS.
> 
> Darryl Baker  (he/him/his)
> Sr. System Administrator
> Distributed Application Platform Services Northwestern University
> 1800 Sherman Ave.
> Suite 6-600 – Box #39
> Evanston, IL  60201-3715
> darryl.baker@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> (847) 467-6674
> 
> 
> On 11/1/18, 9:53 PM, "chuyifan" <chuyifan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 
>    I have a website with millions of pages. The content on the page stored in
>    database but the data is not changed very frequently. so for the sake of
>    improving the performance of the website and reducing the costs of
>    deployment of web applications, I want to generate the static pages for the
>    dynamic content and refresh the pages if the contents are changed. But I am
>    very concerned about how to manage these large amount of pages. how should I
>    store these pages? I plan to use Apache http server to manage these pages.
>    Is it possible that it will cause IO problems when the web server handle
>    many requests? What is the capability of handing requests for Apache http
>    Server ? Is there any better solutions for this issue? 
> 
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