The output of the files: nginx or ftp?


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Have a server with multiple TB of movies, TV series, music. Now the server load due to the huge number of downloads.

Question: will decrease if the load on the server if ftp is to use nginx?
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Nginx ispolzuet built into the kernel of Linux command SendFile — nothing faster, no.
To make the statics on a separate server is good, the servers excellent.
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With nginx load should be less. First, HTTP, unlike FTP, does not use different connections for sending commands and data; uses only one connection per client. Second, plays the role of a server architecture. For example, vsftpd for each connection spawns an additional process. nginx doesn't do the processing of all connection cycles in a given number of processes. Saving of resources is obvious.
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nginx because less steps between a client and a server to receive content
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Yes, the load will decrease. You can even keep some files in RAM to minimize disk access. Still recommend to play around with the network kernel options using sysctl (in a lot of online guides on this subject).
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supported nginx. For example, FTP uses 2 ports, and http — 1. This fact alone says a lot. In General, the FTP needs to die, IMHO.
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nginx IMO
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experience — nginx,
earlier in dolgintsevo the era of distributed static on FTP, now only nginx.
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