rwatson at FreeBSD.org
Wed Jun 1 00:44:22 PDT 2005
On Tue, 31 May 2005 iampinetan at netscape.net wrote:
> We have designed and implemented a novel kernel web accelerator, named
> as OpenKeta at FreeBSD, and released v0.8-alpha at
> openketa.sourceforge.net. It has similar function as TUX at Redhat.
> OpenKeta at FreeBSD has software pipeline architecture. It devides HTTP
> request process operation into several pipeline stages and uses
> defferent thread to do specified operation stage. It adapts to SMP
> platform. With one SMP server and 5 testing clients OpenKeta at FreeBSD can
> get better SPECweb99 performance than TUX.
> Currently OpenKeta at FreeBSD v0.80-alpha just implemented basic HTTP/1.1
> protocol. We hope some volunteers can join us and get better OpenKeta.
This sounds really neat! Are you currently using the FreeBSD 5.x or 6.x
kernel? It sounds like you're in a position to benchmark performance
improvements, especially on SMP -- are you interested in doing
benchmarking with network performance patches? :-)
Robert N M Watson
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