About nginx's bandwidth

hello,i am a linux system administrator ,and i have problem now,the
nginx
as picture server,the bandwidth
is higher than apache in the same condition.For example,established
connections is 3000,apache’s bandwidth is about 4MB,but the nginx is
about
7MB,i am sure the two servers run the same services,and in the same
datacenter .what should i do,maybe i should modify config files,but i
don’t
know what should i do.Could you help me,thanks!

On Aug 14, 2008, at 2:55 AM, cq wei wrote:

hello,i am a linux system administrator ,and i have problem now,the
nginx as picture server,the bandwidth
is higher than apache in the same condition.For example,established
connections is 3000,apache’s bandwidth is about 4MB,but the nginx is
about 7MB,i am sure the two servers run the same services,and in
the same datacenter .what should i do,maybe i should modify config
files,but i don’t know what should i do.Could you help me,thanks!

is the apache gziping content and the nginx not?
or perhaps has different settings for how to compress content?

apache is gziping content.also the nginx.

2008/8/14 Sean A. [email protected]

What do you mean by bandwidth? Higher bandwidth is generally
considered a good thing. I don’t understand what you mean.

If only one server,it is ok.But one year ago,we will use nginx for all
web
servers,and in the datacenter,all the servers share 100MB bandwidth,it
is
may take problem.

2008/8/15 Jon S. [email protected]

wonderful. it doesnt address the perhaps the settings are different.

if that isnt it, then your cache settings are different.

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