I successfully installed nging+php5-fpm. Everything works fine but on the same machine server load is higher than with Apache2+php.
With Apache2+php I was running 2 websites and average server load was 0.1…0.2…0.3 and at peaktimes about 0.8-0.9.
With nginx+php5 fpm I am running only one busy website (the same as with apache) but the load is higher – 0.3… 0.6… 0.7, and it’s not a peaktime.
Is it possible to optimize something (php5-fpm or nginx)? Should I change some values in nginx.conf file like worker_processes (is set to 4 niow) or worker_connections (is set to 768 now)? Should I change anything in php5-fpm config. file? When I run top, I see that the most cpu consuming processes are php5-fpm.
My server details: AMD Opteron™ 3280 Octo-Core 8x 2.4 GHz 16 GB RAM
you are doing well, LA 0.7 is pretty low for 8-core processor.
You server should perform without slowdown until you have LA higher then number of cores.
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