inets question, performance running time?
Thu Nov 6 15:25:03 CET 2003
On of the otp guys recently posted that they are
droping inets from otp. I am not sure what this means
for support, but I figure that it means that inets
won't be maintained anymore. So even with the windows
issues it has (why, why, run a web site on windows?
masocist are we ;) yaws may be the better long term
--- bryan <bry@REDACTED> wrote:
> Yeah the inets vs yaws question got answered. The
> reason why I'm leaning
> towards inets:
> 1. The site I'm porting is an xml based site, much
> of the current
> functionality is provided by an xslt-based solution.
> The solution is
> very similar to what I understand of mod_xsl
> 2. The site might need to run on windows. I've had
> some problems with
> getting Yaws running on Windows (if you have a link
> to something like an
> idiot's guide for getting Yaws running on Windows
> that would probably
> help me change my mind. )
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Torbjorn Tornkvist [mailto:tobbe@REDACTED]
> Sent: Thursday, November 06, 2003 12:35 PM
> To: bryan
> Cc: erlang-questions@REDACTED
> Subject: Re: inets question, performance running
> bryan wrote:
> >Any performance stats out there on inets, would
> like to see info on
> >inets running on untended machine.
> >Anyone running inets as a server, how often do you
> have to do restarts?
> Did anyone answer your question about inets vs. yaws
> Anyway, if you are staring from scratch, I think you
> should try Yaws.
> It is easy and fun, what more can you ask for... :-)
> , it also have an
> active community, mailing list, etc..
> Cheers , Tobbe
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