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Large Files With Apache and Anon FTP

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by jspilon, Oct 3, 2005.

  1. jspilon

    jspilon Guest

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    Hi all,

    I need your advice and help ! I have customers that need to store and transfer large files. When they do so it knocks down my server :( . What i would like to know how to do and to know if possible:

    - Limit number of connections to a file
    - Limit resource to file downloads ( bandwith, etc.. )
    - Is it better to have customers use anon ftp instead ? less resources are used ?!
    - Disable memory caching of larger files than x MB ...

    If you have any other suggestions please send them in, if you know any of the things above please help!!! =)

    Regards,
    jspilon
     
  2. hardweb

    hardweb Guest

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    What problems do you experience? High bandwidth or many processes?
     
  3. jspilon

    jspilon Guest

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    There is more process than usual and i ping the server for over 1100 ms responses... as well as the server to respond very slow

    machine has 1gb ram and is celeron 2.4

    thanks
     
  4. jamesyeeoc

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    You should check using the following ProFTPD control directives (/etc/proftpd.conf)
    Complete docs at:
    http://www.proftpd.org/docs/directives/linked/by-name.html

    I don't believe that using Anonymous would gain you any noticeable amount on resources.

    Also I would not use a Celeron CPU, except on a test server...
     
  5. jspilon

    jspilon Guest

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    Hi there,

    my questions where regarding apache config... i wanted to know if using anon ftp instead of http would be better...

    thanks for the proftpd tweaks... but i need help with apache
     
  6. jspilon

    jspilon Guest

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