On Mon, 6 May 2002 14:42:08 -0400
John Stoffel <firstname.lastname@example.org> escribió:
> And why does a Web server belong in the kernel? I've never understood
> this, and I personally do not think it has any need to be there.
But *f I have a dedicated web server, and I have a lot of traffic, *if* (and only if)
I can take some performance advantages
from putting a web server into kernel space, I'd like to have those advantages.
> Or maybe we should include kDNS and kftpd as well now?
Why not for dedicated servers if this can take some advantages for them?
> An httpd server is a *user space* issue, not a kernel issue.
It's true. But I'd be an idiot if I can improve performance and I don't do it.
However, if an httpd can be as fast as an kernel space httpd it'd be a bad thing to put it
in kernel space.
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