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SubjectRe: generalizing khttpd
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In article <Pine.LNX.4.10.9906111541300.1617-100000@hoser> you wrote:
> who needs multiple processes? My sily siginfo server has done 3500
> requests a second with a single thread over localhost in 2.3.x.
> yes, it cheats ;)

What client are you using to generate THAT kind of load. When I benchmark
kHTTPd on localhost (using ApacheBench), ApacheBench takes virtually all of
the CPU.

> also notice that the newer apache using this stuff will also be usable
> under solaris/*bsd, etc, etc. does khttpd even work under 2.3 yet?

I haven't installed 2.3 yet... But the module is rather clean, i.e. it only
uses "normal" module calls.

> god forbid, a non linux unix?

Duh.

Greetings,
Arjan van de Ven




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