Re: [Resin-interest] lighttpd and nginx

2009-06-18 Thread Ronan Lucio

Understood Scott,

thank you,
Ronan

Scott Ferguson escreveu:

On Jun 17, 2009, at 6:14 AM, Ronan Lucio wrote:

  

Hi Scott,

Scott Ferguson escreveu:

If you're looking at nginx for performance, you should benchmark  
Resin

as a load-balancer as well, especially if you're using proxy caching.
For 4.0, the performance numbers were fairly close (nginx slightly
faster).
  

Do you think Resin-4.0 is reliable for production?



Not yet.  We did add the FastCGI specifically for nginx.

For 3.1, you'd need to use the nginx http proxy.  It should be pretty  
close to the fastcgi efficiency.


  

For all I have understood it seems it wont be release soon due so
JEE-1.6 specifications.



That's correct.  For example, the JSR-299 (Java Injection) spec has  
changed its internal SPI pretty radically, causing a major refactor on  
our part.


-- Scott

  

Ronan


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Re: [Resin-interest] lighttpd and nginx

2009-06-17 Thread Ronan Lucio

Hi Steffen,

For all I have understood it refers to Resin's-4.0, which is still beta.
Anyway to use it with 3.1?

Thanks,
Ronan

Steffen Busch escreveu:
I don't know about lighttpd, but there was a blog post 
recently regarding nginx, check this: http://blog.caucho.com/?p=173


Regards,
Steffen

2009/6/16 Ronan Lucio lis...@tiper.com.br mailto:lis...@tiper.com.br

Hi,

Does Resin works with lighttpd or nginx?

Thanks,
Ronan



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Re: [Resin-interest] lighttpd and nginx

2009-06-17 Thread Ronan Lucio
Hi Scott,

Scott Ferguson escreveu:
 If you're looking at nginx for performance, you should benchmark Resin 
 as a load-balancer as well, especially if you're using proxy caching. 
  For 4.0, the performance numbers were fairly close (nginx slightly 
 faster).

Do you think Resin-4.0 is reliable for production?

For all I have understood it seems it wont be release soon due so 
JEE-1.6 specifications.

Ronan


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Re: [Resin-interest] lighttpd and nginx

2009-06-17 Thread Scott Ferguson

On Jun 17, 2009, at 6:14 AM, Ronan Lucio wrote:

 Hi Scott,

 Scott Ferguson escreveu:
 If you're looking at nginx for performance, you should benchmark  
 Resin
 as a load-balancer as well, especially if you're using proxy caching.
 For 4.0, the performance numbers were fairly close (nginx slightly
 faster).

 Do you think Resin-4.0 is reliable for production?

Not yet.  We did add the FastCGI specifically for nginx.

For 3.1, you'd need to use the nginx http proxy.  It should be pretty  
close to the fastcgi efficiency.

 For all I have understood it seems it wont be release soon due so
 JEE-1.6 specifications.

That's correct.  For example, the JSR-299 (Java Injection) spec has  
changed its internal SPI pretty radically, causing a major refactor on  
our part.

-- Scott



 Ronan


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Re: [Resin-interest] lighttpd and nginx

2009-06-16 Thread Steffen Busch
I don't know about lighttpd, but there was a blog post
recently regarding nginx, check this: http://blog.caucho.com/?p=173
http://blog.caucho.com/?p=173Regards,
Steffen

2009/6/16 Ronan Lucio lis...@tiper.com.br

 Hi,

 Does Resin works with lighttpd or nginx?

 Thanks,
 Ronan



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Re: [Resin-interest] lighttpd and nginx

2009-06-16 Thread Scott Ferguson


On Jun 16, 2009, at 12:09 PM, Steffen Busch wrote:

I don't know about lighttpd, but there was a blog post recently  
regarding nginx, check this: http://blog.caucho.com/?p=173


For Resin 4.0, you can use the new FastCgi protocol implementation (or  
use a http proxy).  It's configured like the http tag:


resin xmlns=http://caucho.com/ns/resin; xmlns:resin=urn:java:com.caucho.resin 


cluster id=app-tier

  server id= port=6800
resin:FastCgiPort port=8086/
  /server

  ..
/resin

If you're looking at nginx for performance, you should benchmark Resin  
as a load-balancer as well, especially if you're using proxy caching.   
For 4.0, the performance numbers were fairly close (nginx slightly  
faster).


-- Scott




Regards,
Steffen

2009/6/16 Ronan Lucio lis...@tiper.com.br
Hi,

Does Resin works with lighttpd or nginx?

Thanks,
Ronan



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