HTTP server choices?
andreas.raab at gmx.de
Tue Jan 3 22:52:43 UTC 2006
Thanks Colin! This is just the kind of information I am looking for.
Colin Putney wrote:
> Andreas Raab wrote:
>> Interesting. Are people actually using Swazoo in production settings?
>> (I thought Swazoo was more like one of those "let's do it from scratch
>> and do it Right(tm)" regardless of the realities out there ;-) But
>> I'll definitely check it out.
> I am. Kom is elegant - very modular and configurable. What I like about
> Swazoo-Listener is that it's *not* modular and configurable. It's small
> and simple, and it was trivial to write a little adapter to pass
> requests off to Seaside.
> This is perfect for running a Seaside app in a larger, Apache-hosted
> site, since Apache is plenty modular and configurable too, and you
> probably want it handling things like logging, static files etc. I use
> mod_proxy to map forward requests to Squeak.
> Note that I don't know much about the performance of Swazoo. My site is
> low volume, so it doesn't matter much, and I haven't measured.
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