Here is a post detailing an interesting setup of Web servers made to go against one another in real time. This could prove to be entertaining for benchmarkers or perhaps decisive for those who need an ultimate killer proof that their favorite Web server can kick some behind.
If you haven’t had a chance to check on the new features in the next release of Apache’s HTTPD then here is a digest. The most notable changes have been made to the core and those are KeepAliveTimeout and Loadable MPMs
While we are in the business of providing managed server and cluster services, some folks still keep it a heart to manage their own dedicated server nodes. Incontestably, and however much you cherish your web servers, family always takes priority. In this post, we are going to cover a peculiar server configuration that can adapt to abnormal traffic without the server dropping down.
Here is a workaround to the Drupal imagecache issue with Nginx running as a reverse proxy to Apache.