IP assignment for virtual webhosting
Thu May 11 14:04:26 CEST 2000
On Thu, 11 May 2000, Mark Lastdrager wrote: Dear Sirs, It's really sad, but your apache-around discussion is not interesting for 90% mailing list readers... Are you sure that I (and all my collegue) want read THIS? We're ready to keep our eyes open for ANY RIPE team messages, even 1st April jokes, but NOT your life-around discussion about bananas prices in Honduras. To RIPE team: Sirs, please, open about-life at ripe.net mailing list discussion for this kind of writer :) > Date: Thu, 11 May 2000 13:44:34 +0200 (MET DST) > From: Mark Lastdrager <mark at pine.nl> > To: Dave Wilson <dave.wilson at heanet.ie> > Cc: lir-wg at ripe.net > Subject: Re: IP assignment for virtual webhosting > > At Thu, 11 May 2000, owner-lir-wg at ripe.net wrote: > > >Can you expand on this? Is the difference between counted and real > >traffic random, or a roughly equal (or proportional) overhead for > >each server? Is the difference so significant that one cannot take > >it into account as part of the charging structure? > > I did some research on this topic a while ago. The traffic Apache measures > (based on filesize) can be 10 to 50% smaller than the traffic the router > measures. Ofcourse this depends on the filesize, packetsize etc. > > Mark Lastdrager > Pine Internet > > -- > email: mark at lastdrager.nl :: ML1400-RIPE :: tel. +31-70-3111010 > http://www.pine.nl :: RIPE RegID nl.pine :: fax. +31-70-3111011 > PGP key ID 92BB81D1 :: Dutch security news @ http://security.nl > Today's excuse: the router thinks its a printer. > > --- Pavel Golubev PG810-RIPE Global Ukraine Ltd.
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