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SubjectRe: generalizing khttpd
On Fri, Jun 11, 1999 at 11:41:08AM -0400, Zach Brown wrote:
> A userland server can serve static pages in 3 or 4 syscalls. If you're
> telling me the overhead of doing that is more than copying the data around
> preparing skbs and the contention imposed by the bottom halves then I'll
> happily ask you to pass that pipe this-a-way, I'm obviously missing out.

And what about making something file copy system call ?
It can speed up some work within a http server too, I think ...
As far as I remember there was such a mail in this list on this idea
before.

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