[Mono-dev] Architectural decisions behind mod_mono

Hiawatha imaudi at comcast.net
Sun Mar 8 19:58:47 EDT 2009

Wow these are all really great replies!  Thanks for the info.

I think I was under the idea it was using TCP/IP sockets to communicate
between processes and that was making me scratch my head.  I'm kinda curious
as to why Mono hasn't really caught on as a web platform, as far as
performance it should blow the doors off PHP stuff right?  My only guess is
it's kinda "from the Microsoft world" and there's a lot of anti-MS Unix
people out there.  The .NET fans are probably gonna just stick with Windows.

I'm working on a new site and am very interested in cloud server solutions,
but most of the cloud providers like Mosso and Slicehost are UNIX based,
plus the idea of being able to cheaply deploy new servers (or virtual
machines) with no software cost is very attractive.  Thanks for clearing
this up!

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