#perl - Sun 18 Feb 2007 between 12:00 and 12:07

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rindolfmerlyn: but there are faster servers out there.
merlynby the time it serves files, it has lots of optimizations
rindolfLighttpd, Cherokee, thttpd, etc.
merlynIt would be surprising if other servers had all the same optimizations
besides, these days, the net is the slowest link
it's rare that you have not enough CPU
rindolfmerlyn: someone once wrote a web server in Perl that turned out to be a bit faster than Apahce,
merlynagain - apache how configured?
if you turn on a lot of crud, certainly
but anyway
I just dislike when people dismiss technologies without fair comparisons
hype is rarely true.:)
actionCPAN upload: DateTime-TimeZone-0.61 by DROLSKY
CPANupload: DateTime-TimeZone-0.61 by DROLSKY
actionCPAN upload: CPANPLUS-0.77_03 (+++++) by KANE
CPANupload: CPANPLUS-0.77_03 (+++++) by KANE
actionCPAN upload: DateTime-TimeZone-0.6101 by DROLSKY
CPANupload: DateTime-TimeZone-0.6101 by DROLSKY
actionCPAN upload: PerlMagick-6.32 (++++ ) by JCRISTY
CPANupload: PerlMagick-6.32 (++++ ) by JCRISTY
merlynwow... CPANbot woke up
dazjorzShadow42, why wouldn't you?
rindolfmerlyn: What an awful article - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherokee_HTTP_Server
Shadow42I have no idea
rindolfhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_web_servers
Shadow42I've got a sub with two $kernel->post calls, but for some reason, I can only run both if I make one a ->yield
rindolfI once fixed some Frenglish in the Wikipedia entry on MikMod.
merlynis this a PoCo?
dazjorzShadow42, I always ->yield if it's to the current session. However I sometimes have shutdown subs that need to ->post to thousands of sessions.
merlynShadow42?
Shadow42Part of it is a PoCo::IRC
dazjorz*cough*mailserver.
Shadow42But I've got some custom inline states along the way
dazjorzMy mailserver gets to thousands of sessions in a few hours.
merlynso one of them is a post to the current seesion?
Shadow42Correct
merlynare you sure you're namign the currrent session correctly?
dazjorzYeah.
Shadow42I think so
merlyn$_KERNEL->post($_[SESSION], ... )
dazjorzIf yield works and post doesn't, the difference is the session ID or alias.
merlynwhich is what ->yield is :)
dazjorzmerlyn, isn't it $_[SESSION]->ID ?
merlynwell, the object works too

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