[Red5] cpu usage and caching
lrsorey at gmail.com
Thu Apr 19 08:30:23 EDT 2007
Hmm, not sure about Jetty as I have never really used it.
It has been around a long time so I am assuming it's a
But if you would like to build a Tomcat RED5 app, I will be glad
to send you instructions what I have done with this platform so you can give
How do you have your Windows 2003 servers configured?
Do you have IIS turned on? If so, and you are not using IIS, then this could
drag on your CPU load.
The first thing I do on a windows server installation is remove
all Microsoft native IIS, FTP, pop3, smtp, etc. if I have a choice. : )
A lot of times I will use a stripped down version of XP Pro as my server
with Tomcat and Apache as my web servers.
Let me know.
On 4/19/07, Dan Rossi <spam at electroteque.org> wrote:
> Lenny Sorey wrote:
> > Hi Dan,
> > What apps in RED5 are you using.
> > The other day when approximately 200 users were streaming
> > VOD my small Windows 2000 server (1 GB RAM 3.0 Ghz) never went
> > above 5%. My Internet connection is a 1MB (1000KB) up and down.
> > The same was true when I had approximately 35 users in a Video
> > App.
> > The spike I saw was on local machines accessing the red5 server. I had
> > local machines spike at around 50% at times.
> Hi its mostly VOD stuff, im not really sure how many concurrents we are
> getting until the stats reporting is enabled ?
> > If you are stress testing, how many users are you simulating?
> > I am using Tomcat as my container along with Java 1.6.
> Is tomcat better to use than jetty ? No idea how to do that.
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