Am Tue, 22 Apr 2014 14:39:53 +0500
schrieb shahzaib shahzaib [email protected]:
We're using the cluster of 5 webservers using nginx (reverse
- apache to handle php requests. Our web-servers are constantly high
with load-avg of 2.0~3.0. I have seen people using varnish between
nginx + apache. Could someone guide me if installing Nginx > Varnish
apache will reduce the server load ?
If the content is cachable, it will reduce load.
But deploying varnish requires some experience and knowledge of the
Unless the application is e.g. plain-vanilla wordpress, there are no
out-of-the-box varnish tutorials to help you in your specific situation.
If your content is cachable and you don’t require varnish’s
cache-invalidation features, you could use nginx’s proxy-caching
See the wiki/handbook.