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SubjectRe: tux officially in kernel?
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On Thu, 2002-02-14 at 18:33, J Sloan wrote:

> So, just out of curioisity, why is khttpd in
> the kernel? If there were any web server
> in the mainline kernel I'd think it'd be tux -

Personally khttpd should be ripped from the kernel. It is a nice, uh,
example. Or something.

TUX touches enough code that it isn't a clear decision to merge,
although it is certainly worth it. I, however, think we are rapidly
approaching the point, if not there already, that with a zero-copy
network driver userspace can perform as good as TUX with none of the
downsides. That was part of Ingo's goal and a lot of the benefits -
sendfile etc - are a result of TUX.

Anyhow, if I recall correctly, X15 performed better than TUX.

Robert Love

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