Tengine-1.2.3

Hi guys,

We’re glad to announce that Tengine-1.2.3 has been released. You can
download it here:
http://tengine.taobao.org/download/tengine-1.2.3.tar.gz

Starting from this release, Tengine is based on Nginx-1.0.12. Other
changes
include:

  • Feature: adds the ‘request_time_cache’ directive, to get more precise
    $request_time/$request_time_msec/$request_time_usec.
  • Feature: adds the ‘slice’ module to get a part of a static file.
  • Change: deletes unused browser detection.
  • Bugfix: fixes a bug in upstream when reading header.
  • Bugfix: fixes a bug in ‘expires_by_types’.

OT:
Apache 2.4 is getting very hot these days. Some Apache guy even claimed
it’s faster than Nginx. So I ran a simple benchmark. It turned out Nginx
was still the winner. More detailed information:
http://blog.zhuzhaoyuan.com/2012/02/apache-24-faster-than-nginx/

Regards,

OT:
Apache 2.4 is getting very hot these days. Some Apache guy even claimed it’s
faster than Nginx. So I ran a simple benchmark. It turned out Nginx was
still the winner. More detailed information:
http://blog.zhuzhaoyuan.com/2012/02/apache-24-faster-than-nginx/

Does the benchmark change if you use the 1.1.x series? Also I was
looking at setting up a Ramdisk (serving static files) does using a
Ramdisk increase throughput?

On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 11:12 AM, Joshua Z. [email protected]
wrote:

Apache 2.4 is getting very hot these days. Some Apache guy even claimed it’s
faster than Nginx.

Most of the benchmarks I’ve seen are suspect. Even the ones that claim
nginx is faster. In our use case, it’s not even close with nginx vs
2.2. I’ll retest with 2.4, obviously.

Hi,

On Wed, Feb 29, 2012 at 5:38 AM, Ryan B. [email protected] wrote:

I believe there is no performance difference between nginx-1.0.x and
nginx-1.1.x when serving static files. Yet I think it worth a try.
Theoretically, using Ramdisk will be faster. But stressing the same file
should have the same effect, since most will be in the OS’ vm cache.

Regards,

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