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SubjectRe: khttpd rotten?
Uz.ytkownik David S. Miller napisa?:
> From: Andrew Morton <akpm@zip.com.au>
> Date: Thu, 09 May 2002 12:30:59 -0700
>
> The concern with moving one (major) application into the
> kernel is that this will weaken the testing/motivation to get
> zerocopy, aio and sophisticated notifications working well
> for userspace.
>
> Actually, to the contrary, TUX was in fact an impetus for the
> userlevel zerocopy and AIO bits :-)
>
> I personally don't see anything wrong with something like the
> TUX engine being in there. At the same time I want to reiterate what
> Ingo said which is what we can do in userspace catches up to what
> TUX can do then we pull it out and move on to the next thing :-)

It's far easiet to add then to remove. Trust me ;-).

I vote against both of them: tux and khttpd are should have
no place in the kernel of a General Pupose OS kernel.

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