apache question

Dario Alcocer alcocer at helixdigital.com
Sun Jul 20 23:22:30 UTC 2008

chloe K wrote:
> Hi all
> what is the different between light httpd vs typical apache?
The lighttpd server is a low-resource web server; it is especially 
useful if you have a lot of static content.  It is based on I/O 
multiplexing so it doesn't need multithreading support.  Apache, on the 
other hand, is more widely deployed. If you learn how to configure and 
tune it, you'll have marketable skills.

> how can i do sysctl to increase apache performance
Just search the web for 'httpd sysctl tuning'.


-- D.

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