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SubjectRe: [khttpd-users] khttpd vs tux
> tux is more advanced than khttpd. It's also more intrusive to the kernel as
> far as core changes are concerned. These changes allow for higher
> performance, but you'll only notice that if you want to fill a gigabit line
> or more.....

Are there any good reasons why to run khttpd, then?
What I need is a server serving something between 50 and 500 concurrent
clients - each downloading at 4-8Mbps.

Which one would be best? Anyone have an idea?



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