On Sun, 8 Aug 2004, Kirk Haines wrote:

> The most tested mode of operation is from an Apache web server using
> mod_ruby to run a custom mod_iowa.rb handler that handles communications
> between Apache and the Iowa application.  It can be used via a standard CGI
> interface, making it usable on any web browser that supports this.  There is
> also FCGI support.

kirk-

iowa sounds a lot like fastcgi.  besides from being a ruby application with
all that comes with that, how does it differ?

   - is there an object pool, or one responder object?
   - does session affinity exist?
   - how exactly would one use it 'with' fastcgi?

cheers.

-a
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