RE: Haproxy timing issues

From: Erik Torlen <>
Date: Wed, 2 Nov 2011 22:55:59 +0000

Okey, good to know Vincent.
Do you know the memory impact using 10k, 20k etc?


-----Original Message-----
From: Vincent Bernat [] Sent: den 2 november 2011 15:40
To: Erik Torlen
Cc: Lukas Tribus;
Subject: Re: Haproxy timing issues

OoO En ce début de soirée du mercredi 02 novembre 2011, vers 21:13, Erik Torlen <> disait :

> /usr/local/bin/stud -b 85 -f *,443 --ssl -B 1000 -n 2 -C
> 40000 -u stud -r /home/stud --write-proxy /usr/share/ssl-cert/
> cert.pem

> I have tried stud using 10k of shared cache which gave me worse
> performance. Has anyone tried stud with different sizes of the shared
> session cache?

It depends on the profile of your traffic. With about 4000 conn/s and 1000 new client/s, a cache of 20k seems to provide the best performance. Increasing it does not hinder the performance. However, the benchmark was a bit artificial because each client will do 4 conn and will disappear forever.
Vincent Bernat ☯

# Okay, what on Earth is this one supposed to be used for?

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