[Mono-list] perf. comparison between xsp and mod_mono, and/or whatever

Gonzalo Paniagua Javier gonzalo at novell.com
Sat May 6 16:41:46 EDT 2006

On Sat, 2006-05-06 at 13:58 -0400, Miguel de Icaza wrote:
> Proper clients that expect to take advantage of some HTTP 1.1 features
> (like keep alive connections) will not get this behavior (I think we
> might have added a hack, but it is still not a full 1.1 server).

xsp supports keep-alive connections, HTTP/1.0 style, which is equivalent
to the HTTP/1.1 one and supported by most clients.

> When XSP is used with mod_mono, Apache acts as a front-end to implement
> the full HTTP 1.1 stack, and in addition provides a lot of extra
> features on top of it that are just not available from XSP (like
> mime-type mapping to specific handlers, using sendfile to send static
> file contents and so much more).

xsp also has sendfile support on linux.


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