Strategies for splitting load across varnish instances? And avoiding single-point-of-failure?
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Mon Jan 18 22:05:19 CET 2010
In message <43A238D7-433D-4000-8AA5-6C574882D40C at dynamine.net>, "Michael S. Fis
>I should have been more clear. If you overcommit and use disk you
>will die. Even SSD is a problem as the write latencies are high.
That is still very much dependent on the quality of the VM subsystem
in your OS kernel.
And I will admit that most kernels can be curdled with a solid
varnish-load, but hopefully this will improve over time.
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