[erlang-questions] The most better Erlang web server!

Ingela Andin ingela@REDACTED
Thu Nov 25 18:02:42 CET 2010


The Inets web-server was originally designed to be a lightweight
web-server for embeded systems
that is easy to customize. So it does not come with a lot of bells and whistles!

It may be enough for Gilberios needs, it may be that with a little
customization it will be just what he wants
or depending on what he wants it maybe that one of the other servers
suggested is just what he wants.

So I think Andys advice is good, playaround with them and see which
one fits your needs the best.

Regards Ingela Erlang/OTP team - Ericsson AB

2010/11/25 Jesper Louis Andersen <jesper.louis.andersen@REDACTED>:
> On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 5:28 AM, Dmitry Demeshchuk <demeshchuk@REDACTED> wrote:
>> Well, yaws needs to be tuned to show that impressive performance. From
>> the box, with all default settings, it's not very fast:
>> http://lionet.livejournal.com/42016.html
>> Sorry that my previous comment was unclear a bit. My point was not
>> that yaws is slow, but that you need to know how to cook it in order
>> to make it really fast.
> I actually use inets httpd webserver. It cannot scale by any means
> defined by the other webservers. But it is built-in, it is fairly
> simply to get working and I hardly need it to serve anything else than
> a couple of ajax-requests for jQuery. It is also worth a look if your
> demands are rather small.
> --
> J.
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