On Thu, 28 Sep 2006, M. Edward (Ed) Borasky wrote:

> Ara.T.Howard wrote:
>>
>> yes, it will require deep ruby and 'c' knowledge
>>
>>   http://codeforpeople.com/lib/ruby/acgi/acgi-0.1.0/README
>>
>> and, obviously
>>
>>   http://codeforpeople.com/lib/ruby/acgi/
>>
>> i think it's a potentially powerful idea.  if you know how to make it
>> faster,
>> please do so and send in a patch.  at this point only a factor of 2x is
>> need
>> to close the gap on fastcgi.  at this point the emphasis is on making it as
>> fast as possible.  scalibility and portability might come next.
>>
>> good luck.
>>
>> -a

> Hmmm ... by portability do you mean "runs on other than Linux?" :)

i'm afraid so - sigh...

on a side note, i hear 2.6.17 will auto-tune the tcp-ip stack, that ought to
make for a fast web app server...

> What sort of performance testing framework are you using?

just ab ;-)

this is still in the proof of concept phase for sure.

cheers.

-a
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