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SubjectRe: zero-copy TCP fileserving
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> it 'just' doesnt support CGI scripts? What is your current estimation,
> what is the ratio between dynamic and static content amongst say the
> top100 web sites on the web? Can we say 0% static pages? [yes, i accept
> Dean Gaudet's point that webpages can be split up into dynamic and static
> parts, probably that will be the future.]

Nearer 98% static especially when you factor in image serving. Most apparently
dynamic sites are cached dynamic page engine output. The only dynamic
engines are the advert servers and they run custom code to do fast switching
from a set of static data elements so they arent very cgi either in truth.

Alan


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