ACLs limts/perfs ?
varnish at tengu.ch
Thu Jan 28 10:44:07 CET 2016
On 01/28/2016 10:33 AM, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
> In message <56A9D8BD.3080208 at tengu.ch>, =?UTF-8?Q?C=c3=a9dric_Jeanneret?= write
>> After the whole process is finished the ACL holds more than 800 entries.
> Varnish compiles ACL's into optimized C-code (you can see this if
> you use the -C option), and 800 entries should not be a problem
> at all.
> If your system uses the GCC compiler, compilation will take longer
> time as the length of your ACLs grow, but 800 entries shouldn't be
> an issue at all.
Thanks for your answer — that was also our thoughts. It's pretty
impressive to see how far we can go with varnish, as well as how many
connections it can handle without a single leap :).
Regarding the GCC: I think it uses it (default debian install) — is
there a way to make the compilation a bit faster? Our vcl is big (really
big)… and it takes some minutes to compile each time. Yes. Minutes. [khof].
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