[erlang-questions] Is lhttpc project alive?
Wed Jun 11 13:23:55 CEST 2014
Thank you for dlhttpc and dispcount!
Unfortunately, table-per-endpoint does not fit our needs, but the code
seems to run well with small number of endpoints, as you said.
On Wed, Jun 11, 2014 at 3:20 AM, Fred Hebert <mononcqc@REDACTED> wrote:
> Hi, I'm in charge of dlhttpc, and also wrote a fork of lhttpc. These are
> stable projects that only cared about getting basic GET/POST requests
> working, with specific pools when what you need is really intensive
> low-latency requests to a limited set of hosts.
> My variations of lhttpc/dlhttpc have been in use in large-ish high
> performance clusters where multiple thousands of requests would be sent
> per second to a known set of endpoints, and that's what they'll be best
> used for.
> Their pooling mechanisms might not be adequate for more general use, but
> would be able to act as a replacement with a limited amount of changes
> if you're doing what it was built for.
> On 06/11, Danil Zagoskin wrote:
> > Hi!
> > The project https://github.com/esl/lhttpc seems to be abandoned (many
> > issues including 17.0 compatibility, almost no activity since January
> > There are some forks: some do simple fixes and some (rymir, jbothma) do
> > heavy refactoring.
> > Is any of forks the new default?
> > Is https://github.com/ferd/dlhttpc production-ready drop-in replacement?
> > I've found a bug in original lhttpc causing manager (and thus all new
> > requests) to block but I don't know where to report it.
> > --
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