Posts Tagged ‘speed’

Web Performance and the Bottom Line Pt. 2

Friday, March 22nd, 2013

Yesterday, I linked to a Varnish blog post talking about the effect of page upload time on business. Today I came across a post on the Simple Helix blog I like even more. (more…)

"Web Performance and the Bottom Line" (An External Link)

Thursday, March 21st, 2013

Here's a post from the Varnish Software blog discussing how web site speed affects online businesses. One of the studies they use is four years old, but I think the numbers they show beautifully illustrate why speed matters: (more…)

Not Even Close: Ruby LSAPI 4.1 Bests Nginx + Passenger (Another Benchmark)

Monday, February 18th, 2013

Part 2 — Downloading

In the last post, we benchmarked the uploading speed of LSWS 4.2.2 (with Ruby LSAPI 4.1) against Nginx with Passenger for a Ruby Rails Rack application. But rewindableinput was not our only change in Ruby LSAPI 4.1. (more…)

Not Even Close: Ruby LSAPI 4.1 Bests Nginx + Passenger (A Benchmark, Of Course)

Tuesday, February 12th, 2013

Part 1 — Uploading

Now that we’ve finished tweaking the latest update of LiteSpeed's SAPI for Ruby on Rails with Rack, we decided to celebrate with a little benchmarking. (more…)

Benchmark Comparison on Serving Small Static Files: LiteSpeed vs Apache vs Nginx

Tuesday, December 29th, 2009

To perform a fair benchmark requiring a lot of preparation, as you need to know the detail of each product and set appropriate configuration. Recently, we got chance to do some internal testing. (more…)

LiteSpeed + LSAPI vs. Apache + Passenger vs. Nginx + Passenger

Wednesday, December 16th, 2009

To perform a fair benchmark requiring a lot of preparation, as you need to know the detail of each product and set appropriate configuration. Recently, we got chance to do some internal testing. (more…)

Litespeed + Ruby Enterprise Edition

Wednesday, December 9th, 2009

We haven’t done benchmarks since LSWS 2.0 due to various reasons… People may discount what we say because this is a vendor version… The main reason is that we are really busy with other high-priority things, like new feature enhancement, bug fixes and support… We treat every user’s feedback seriously.100-101
So to answer those people who request new benchmark, YES, we know it is OVERDUE, and it is on our TODO list after 4.1 stable released. (more…)

Using LiteSpeed Web Server for Shared Hosting Environment

Thursday, April 19th, 2007

LiteSpeed 3.0 release offer full compatibilities with commonly used web hosting control panels like cPanel, DirectAdmin and Plesk, etc.

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We expect LiteSpeed will at least double the server capacity and reduce server load by 5-10 times when Apache was replace, just because of LiteSpeed’s high performance .examwind
htaccess implementation alone. (more…)

Why I Don't Believe Ruby FCGI Can Beat LSAPI (Benchmark Ruby LSAPI vs FCGI)

Thursday, August 31st, 2006

I simply couldn't believe it when I saw a benchmark result that FCGI beats LSAPI, (more…)

My Rails Benchmark Results: LSWS + LSAPI vs nginx + FCGI

Thursday, August 31st, 2006

After reading [Scoundrel's blog "Looking for Optimal Solution: Benchmark Results Summary and Findings"](http://blog.kovyrin.net/2006/08/28/ruby-performance-results/), I am pretty surprised that LSWS + LSAPI falls behind. The best performer in his tests is nginx + FCGI. “All right, let me spend some time benchmarking them.” I said to myself. (more…)