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Apache - how many connections does apache create when accessing Htdocs from network storage?

Posted on 2014-04-07
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Hi,

I am looking at running apache on one machine while hosting the HTDOCS on a separate NAS or Windows File Server.

The NAS drives I am looking at have a concurrent connection limit of 256. Does that mean I can only serve 256 concurrent users on the website?

In other words, will Apache create a separate connection to the file share for each website user?

Thank you
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Should be one connection per apache thread. Maybe one per virtual host? Nothing to back this up, just what makes sense to me
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