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SubjectRe: khttpd fate
On Fri, Jul 17, 2009 at 06:15:40PM -0700, Luis R. Rodriguez wrote:
> I was reviewing khttpd [1] history [2], and the last I see is it was
> merged for the 2.4 kernel with enthusiasm. I don't see any information
> about this for 2.6 though, nor can I find any other notes about why
> this was removed. Just curious if someone recalls why it was removed.
> Also, I really hate how trolly this questions sounds but here it goes anyway:
> Such userspace-kernel hacks shouldn't be necessary anymore based on
> 'performance/latency' arguments right? I take it khttpd wasn't serious
> but more of a hack for fun and now we should be able to laugh about
> it?
> [1]
> [2]

I think it kind of got replaced by tux, which Red Hat shipped for a
while, but has been dropped now. I seem to recall davej mentioning a
while ago that apache had gotten much better at serving static content,
which is what khttpd/tux were very good at.

regards, Kyle

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