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SubjectRe: Anything in Linux similar to FreeBSD accept filter
On Sat, Oct 21, 2000 at 02:10:02PM +0800, ym g wrote:
> The release notes for Apache 1.3.14 mention that it has support for FreeBSD's accept filters [which are in FreeBSD 4.0 onwards]. Reading the man page. I find that this allows the application to request the kernel to pre-process incoming connections and it was pioneered by engineers at
> According to this URL at the Apache site,
> shows how accept filters improve performance
> Is there anything similar in Linux 2.4 (possibly back-ported to 2.2)

Linux 2.4 has the "dataready" filter in form of the (currently undocumented)

Another option would be to use one of the in kernel http accelerators, e.g.
khttpd or tux.


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