me, 2.0: jose nazario
beauty and the street
computer innards 1
the inside of beth's old dell.
a friend has an assignment to write a small HTTP daemon that's fully
threaded. since i'm also interested in learning how to work with threads
more successfully, i decided to try this, too. my start is missing key functionality and seems
broken on anything but OS X (segfaults), but it's a start ... and one that
i'll probably abandon. i don't have much need for such a beast.
other very tiny fully threaded HTTP daemons:
why do this? it's fast, and actually works for a bunch of content (static
content, mainly), and is far more lightweight than a forked model like
Apache uses. i still see threads as one of two basic solutions to the
high performance problem (the other basic one being an aggressive event
but still overused by overzealous CS students (along with not so OOP
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