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Re^2: HTTP::Server::Simple forking/SSL/IPv6by cavac (Chaplain)
|on Oct 24, 2011 at 13:56 UTC||Need Help??|
To be absolutely honest: I have no idea.
I started to develop a small in-house webservice with HTTP::Server::Simple::CGI and it grew over time to a big, mission critical central service. Since i started, i extended HSSC. A few days ago, at a request from a friend, i pulled the relevant code from Maplat and put it into it's own module.
With HSSC it's somehow like a marriage. It's quite easy to start, but very time consuming and expensive to get rid of. And while it lasts, you get in trouble very quickly if you are unfaithful to your selected partner. So, no, i never took the time to compare with other frameworks.
I can only say this for performance and stability: I'm running a webservice with about 50 users and like cyclic 300-500 automated clients without any troubles on a midrange linux server. And it only ever fails on me when i don't test my updates. Other than that, HSSC(P) runs quite smoothly.
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