Description of varnishstat-items
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Fri Sep 21 10:22:12 CEST 2007
In message <20070921080551.GB22366 at crusaders.no>, Trond Michelsen writes:
>In particular, we're wondering when:
> Client connections accepted
This is increased when we have accepted the connection.
On systems with accept-filters this does usually not happen
until we have also received the first request.
> Client requests received
This is increased whenever we have complete request and starts
to service it.
>The reason I ask, is that we have some backends that are unable to
>handle the traffic if there are a lot of cache misses. This will
>result in a lot of hanging requests. At the moment, we're rejecting
>all the requests to these backends. However, if we turn it back on,
>connections and requests decreases to less than 1/5 of what it was
>So basically, I'm wondering if this indicates that there's a
>congestion in our network, or if it's just a natural consequence of
>the requests taking longer to handle?
I'm not sure I can answer that based on the information you have
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