LSWS 4.2 + suEXEC = 50% performance decrease

Discussion in 'General' started by Deltabee, Sep 25, 2012.

  1. Deltabee

    Deltabee New Member

    Hi,

    We just upgraded to 4.2 and followed the steps to enable suEXEC.

    On an AB benchmark we're seeing almost 50% less requests per second than if we set Run on start-up to no (or yes).

    Any ideas?
  2. NiteWave

    NiteWave Administrator

    with opcode cache enabled ?

    in daemon mode, can install xcache or apc or eAccelerator.

    if non-daemon mode, only eAccelerator disk-cache is available(opcode cache not in shared memory)
  3. Deltabee

    Deltabee New Member

    Yes, eaccelertor is installed. Selecting yes or no, gives around 200 requests a second on a wordpress installation, then selecting suEXEC brings it down to 100 req a second.

    However, just running it on a phpinfo() page, gives approximately the same result.

    So it could be the wordpress cache isn't using the opcode properly. But does this mean on sites not using opcode, we'll see 50% less performance?
  4. eva2000

    eva2000 Member

    haven't tried 4.2 yet myself, but what do you have set in litespeed server configuration for PHP suEXEC Max Conn ? default 10 ? tried raising that value ?

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