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Re: FastCGI or Upstream proxy for python?

Posted by Anonymous User 
Anonymous User
Re: FastCGI or Upstream proxy for python?
October 11, 2008 09:30PM
Cliff Wells wrote:
> Spawning - not as fast as CP, but more scalable:
> http://pypi.python.org/pypi/Spawning/
>
Looks interesting.
> FAPWS - Very, very fast (I've clocked 5000req/s serving a simple page),
> but very bleeding edge:
> http://github.com/piranha/fapws2/
>
I've looked at this before. Looks great, but as you say its very
bleeding-edge.

There was also one called apricot which is blazingly-fast, but it only
supports GET requests and a subset of HTTP1.0.
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