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Caching any point to go in ram ?

June 07, 2013 08:02AM
Hello,

I have a 15k rpm server 16g ram on which is fiercely installed nginx 1.5.1 on a debian 7 machine (no apache installed).

I read a lot (up to crunching my head) about caching strategy.

I would like to reduce the latency of file serving.

currently, my webpage (static html) loads in 43-70 ms but then 44ms are spent doing nothing then load the images.

The total for a 120k page is 500ms.

What is bugging me is that even with 4 cookie-less domain (actually same disk) the answer is always page load + 44 ms idle.
So not a browser limitation.

How could nginx cache the images so that the answer be really fast ? proxy_cache is useless in my case, isn't it ?
Varnish would maybe help but it is something on the stack to debug when things go wrong. Not really a solution.


Thanks,
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Caching any point to go in ram ?

LarryJune 07, 2013 08:02AM

Re: Caching any point to go in ram ?

Maxim DouninJune 07, 2013 10:52AM

Re: Caching any point to go in ram ?

LarryJune 13, 2013 01:31PM

Re: Caching any point to go in ram ?

LarryJune 13, 2013 02:00PM



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