I use jemeter to get a static file and observe the request per second.
For nginx 1.2, I observe the result output stuck for a second ,then decrease.
After 2 or 3 times of such stuck, the result become stable.
在 2012年4月26日 下午6:35，Valentin V. Bartenev <ne...@vbart.ru> 写道：
On Thursday 26 April 2012 13:50:40 Delta Yeh wrote:
I did a simple load test for 1.2 and found that 1.2 is slower than
The tested nginx worked as a reverse proxy before another nginx box
which serve static file, upstream keepalive is not enbaled.
Same test suite , the only difference is the version of nginx.
1.2.0 is about 30% slower .
Can you provide more details about how you tested it and what test suite you
Personally, I found that some test suites are actually can perform slower than
nginx and produce incorrect results (e.g. disable logging decrease RPS).