[07-JUN-2013] Please testdrive BLF on a different server

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Shall I give this a shot. Silly

wget -H -r —level=1 -k http://198.199.90.139

Do it!

im not totally sure what this will do, but i just did it too Silly

It will go through on that URL and click on every single link and download all of those pages and it goes through one "level" of links. 

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Okay, for some reason it just got hella fast . . .

One of my threads finished.  I just started it again.  Should be slow again.

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Thanks a lot to everyone for attacking the server, really. :bigsmile: I could run a load test on the server itself using a load testing tool, but it’s not the same.

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Cool.  I thought I wasn't helping. <grin>

 

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It’s crawling like a sleepy, bored, old snake… IT took ~4 minutes to display the home page :Sp

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Threads: 1 Questions: 294189 Slow queries: 3 Opens: 207 Flush tables: 2 Open tables: 246 Queries per second avg: 346.104

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i knew it was downloading something, but it was downloading a lot, my home folder got flooded so i had to stop lol

have fun guys i got to get to bed

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amazingly slow

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Results from one thread:

Transactions:           3000
Elapsed time:           746.643 sec
Bytes Transferred:      118,151,112 bytes
Response Time:          21.54 sec
Transaction Rate:       4.02 trans/sec
Throughput:             158243.07 bytes/sec
Concurrency:            86.5
Status Code 200:        2987
Status Code 502:        10
Status Code 504:        3

Average response of 21.54 seconds per page load isn't great, but, it doesn't look like I crashed it..  I downloaded a total of 118 Megabytes of TEXT (No Images)

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Pretty dang fast now, again . . . be coming around the horn again . . .

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Pulsar wrote:

i knew it was downloading something, but it was downloading a lot, my home folder got flooded so i had to stop lol

have fun guys i got to get to bed

Yeah, thats why I'm running it in a VM so I can easily just wipe everything. 

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BooM!  HTTP:Service Unavailable.

 

7311: Service Unavailable

7377: Bad Gateway

7525: Bad Gateway

7426: Bad Gateway

7438: Bad Gateway

7324: Bad Gateway

7279: Bad Gateway

7434: Bad Gateway

7337: Service Unavailable

7372: Bad Gateway

7253: Bad Gateway

7343: Bad Gateway

7382: Service Unavailable

7410: Service Unavailable

7479: Bad Gateway

7433: Service Unavailable

7269: Service Unavailable

7207: Service Unavailable

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Okay, I've "helped" enough.

 

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I think you might want to consider setting a maximum concurrent connections per IP limit… I know this is a test but any server would be slow if a bunch of people were downloading everything at the same time.

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I've only got an 80gb hdd too, I would just be f'n myself I think. It was also downloading a lot of other sites too.

I knew what wget does, butwasn't sure what all the other parameters did lol 

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Yeah, in that post I forgot, I should have added the --domains flag. 

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BooM!  HTTP:Service Unavailable.

Interesting. I thought MariaDB would go down first. Or maybe the entire OS.

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I think you might want to consider setting a maximum concurrent connections per IP limit… I know this is a test but any server would be slow if a bunch of people were downloading everything at the same time.

Know of an easy way to configure this perchance?

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sb56637 wrote:
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I think you might want to consider setting a maximum concurrent connections per IP limit... I know this is a test but +any+ server would be slow if a bunch of people were downloading everything at the same time.
Know of an easy way to configure this perchance?

iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --syn --dport 80 -m connlimit --connlimit-above 10 -j REJECT --reject-with tcp-reset

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You can send the wget downloads to /dev/null instead of filling up your drive, no?


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PilotPTK wrote:

sb56637 wrote:
Aleister wrote:
I think you might want to consider setting a maximum concurrent connections per IP limit… I know this is a test but any server would be slow if a bunch of people were downloading everything at the same time.
Know of an easy way to configure this perchance?

iptables -A INPUT -p tcp —syn —dport 80 -m connlimit —connlimit-above 10 -j REJECT —reject-with tcp-reset

Thanks!

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sb56637 wrote:
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I think you might want to consider setting a maximum concurrent connections per IP limit… I know this is a test but any server would be slow if a bunch of people were downloading everything at the same time.

Know of an easy way to configure this perchance?


Last time I needed it I asked my host to do it for me but let me check on my server for a minute. You have WHM + CPanel, right?

Edit: Aaaand it’s answered already by another member! I love BLF Big Smile

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True, so you could add "-P /dev/null"

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I don't know, I'm not too savvy on all the terminal commands. Pretty new to linux 

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wget --recursive --page-requisites --html-extension --convert-links -domains 198.199.90.139 --no-parent -P /dev/null/ http://198.199.90.139

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Aleister wrote:
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I think you might want to consider setting a maximum concurrent connections per IP limit… I know this is a test but any server would be slow if a bunch of people were downloading everything at the same time.

Know of an easy way to configure this perchance?


Last time I needed it I asked my host to do it for me but let me check on my server for a minute. You have WHM + CPanel, right?

Edit: Aaaand it’s answered already by another member! I love BLF Big Smile

Fantastic support isn’t it. Smile To answer your question, no, I don’t have any control panel. Just a barebones CentOS 6 shell. For that reason, I might have a few questions in the near future for PilotPTK about my httpd.conf.

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PM Away SB - I'm happy to help.

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SB You should really consider building/buying a NICE server (8Gb+ RAM, SSD, Intel Xeon or i5) and then just having it hosted.  There's a place less than 5 miles from my house that has Burstable Gigabit connections, 100MB guaranteed, 2TB/Month of Transfer, Battery and Generator Backup, Security, the works.. For a Mid-Tower or 1U Rack Server.. $50 per month.

 

Then you control the hardware.. Need more RAM?  Ship two sticks of DDR3 to them and they'll install it in your box for you.  Small tasks like that they usually do free of charge.

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I'm done for the night.  Just stopped all threads..  Let me know if I can help.

 

Last Thread:
Transactions:           4000
Elapsed time:           1989.436 sec
Bytes Transferred:      152,245,863 bytes (152 Mega Bytes)
Response Time:          39.49 sec
Transaction Rate:       2.01 trans/sec
Throughput:             76527.14 bytes/sec
Concurrency:            79.4
Status Code 200:        3848
Status Code 502:        35
Status Code 503:        108
Status Code 504:        9

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