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SubjectRe: tux officially in kernel?
john slee wrote:

>On Mon, Feb 11, 2002 at 08:36:55AM -0800, J Sloan wrote:
>>If that's not part of the roadmap I'd be surprised,
>>since tux is so much more capable than the
>>khttpd which is currently part of the tree.
>>Tux has clearly demonstrated it's performance
>>and low resource consumption.
>it has also been demonstrated that equal performance can be had in
>userland (search archives for "X15")
Well, I don't know about "equal" but many
webservers have benefitted from the tux
related kernel enhancements - yes I know
about X15, I tested it out too...

It's fast, but tux is faster.

>. most of tux' improvements have
>been generalised and absorbed into the mainline kernel anyway.
Granted -

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 -

Best Regards,


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