Forum: NGINX Measure ram consumed by Nginx proxy cache

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Dbb6dc04f474ced370e895eae299eac2?d=identicon&s=25 Wei Chen (Guest)
on 2014-08-22 19:37
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Hi folks:

I am currently investigating performance of our production Nginx
instances. Our architecture is a Nginx process in front of 8 node.js
workers. As the memory is running low, we want to determine the RAM
consumed by Nginx processes only.

My understanding is that Nginx cache is on disk by default, whereas
Linux caches a lot of file content on memory. Is there a way to tell
how much RAM Nginx uses overall for proxy cache?

Thanks,
-Wei
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