2017-11-08 02:08 AM
Currently I am using CDOT 8.3. Next time, using NetApp Powershell Kit 4.4,
We are planning to change quota by batch processing.
Since the program processes one user at a time, multiple programs are started at the same time.
Since the program performs authentication, it assumes that multiple users access the same user.
(There is no massive access, assuming about 10 to 20)
The communication will be HTTPS, but please tell me about the following check list
· Please tell me the maximum number of simultaneous connections that can be connected to HTTPS via NetApp Powershell Kit 4.4.
In 7-mode, we saw that apache is running and the default is 512, and up to 1024 users can be adjusted at the maximum.
In the case of CDOT, how many defaults are there, how many can be changed?
I checked the manual, but there is no particular mention, can you tell me the confirmation method and the change procedure?
· What is the impact of performance on HTTPS via NetApp Powershell Kit 4.4? Is there a reference value?
Thanks for your help in advance
2017-11-14 12:47 AM
I confirmed that MaxClients of httpd-custom.conf is 96.
Is the maximum connection 96 correct?
nodename % cat /var/etc/httpd-custom.conf
# This is the secondary, writeable HTTP configuration file for user mode
# Data ONTAP.
# ATTENTION: Do NOT modify this file by hand unless directed-to by
# product support.
# NOTE: This file becomes the basis for the content in
# /var/etc/httpd-custom.conf during the boot process. The
# /usr/sbin/merge_http program handles the integration of
# customizations from an existing /var/etc/httpd-custom.conf
# into the new file.
# - basic runtime behavior
# - error log verbosity
# - port configuration
# NOTE: these external ports are only accessible if DOTAllowExternal
# is set to 'On'.
Listen [::]:80 http
Listen [::]:443 https
# Ports for specific web services determined by the WSDB
# - SSL features
SSLProtocol -all +TLSv1 -SSLv3 -SSLv2
# - Mitigation for CVE-2007-6750
RequestReadTimeout header=20-40,MinRate=500 body=20,MinRate=500