[Mono-dev] Architectural decisions behind mod_mono

Alan McGovern alan.mcgovern at gmail.com
Mon Mar 9 18:26:42 EDT 2009


> They never did understand that,
> whether it was in user space or the kernel, if there was a fatal bug in
> my filter the machine was no more useful than a doorstop.

So if there's a bug in your filter which caused every 100th request to
bluescreen the computer, yes you're right. Your computer would be no more
useful than a doorstop. But if every 100th request just crashed the process,
you could just restart the process and continue fine for the next 99
requests. Which solution is better? Does performance even come into the
equation here?

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