On Tue, 25 Sep 2007, Benjamin Cleyet-Marrel wrote:
> I am struggling a bit to understand the maximum connection capacity of a
> As I understood, each connection worth 128Bytes of memory which means a
> 1GB server can handle more than a Million connection.
> Fine. But there is also this Linux "port available" limitation which if
> I understood correctly would reduce the number of
> of possible connection to about (65k-1024) * number of real servers.
the director is a router. It has no connections (look with
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