I'm working on porting the relevant parts of production's httpd to our docker testing containers, so I've been reading over the configs. It seems that we don't EnableSendfile, which means the httpd will not make use of the sendfile() mechanism. Many of our files are stored in NFS, so it's possible this is why it was never turned on. Although it's not clear to me that data/assets or data/templates need to be shared between all the webheads. They need to be consistent (e.g. templates cleared in each push) but serving them locally would allow offloading using sendfile(2) which would be good.
This is really more of an infrastructure thing.
Component: General → Infrastructure
Priority: P3 → --
QA Contact: mcote
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