[Mono-dev] FastCGI Performance

Nikita Tsukanov keks9n at gmail.com
Sat Apr 12 16:50:02 UTC 2014

Hello there. Today I spent some time messing up with libevent and managed
to implement multiworker mode (multiple threads accepting connections from
the same socket) in my evhttp-sharp wrapper. That gave me 2.5 times faster
results in benchmark (from 32K to 79K rps). Now I'll send pull request to
FrameworkBenchmarks guys.

Nikita Tsukanov

2014-04-09 23:51 GMT+04:00 xplicit <svg at ngs.ru>:

> I like this. If it provides the ability to easy change one listener to
> other
> and also ability to change HTTP servers it'll be awesome. By the way it
> also
> should provide the ability to run current ASP.NET server otherwise people
> could not migrate their web application to Linux platform. ASP.NETrequires
> some additional things to startup, like create AppDomain with appropriate
> security evidence for every web application, route requests to correct
> AppDomain according to virtual path and so on. These produce additional
> level of complexity, which possible does not required by raw HTTP servers,
> but I think it can be simplified.
> If you guys are intrested in this, I can share some ideas and tell about
> issues and constraints I met when I tried to integrate ASP.NET with nginx.
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