Reverse Proxy /Proxy Pass
agus.262 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 8 21:17:27 UTC 2009
2009/9/5 Mel Flynn <mel.flynn+fbsd.questions at mailing.thruhere.net>:
> On Saturday 05 September 2009 09:55:54 Agus wrote:
>> 2009/9/3 Mel Flynn <mel.flynn+fbsd.questions at mailing.thruhere.net>:
>> > On Friday 04 September 2009 01:20:46 Agus wrote:
>> >> What server, application do u know/recommend me for using as a
>> >> ProxyPass / Reverse Proxy...
>> >> The idea is to forward all requests to port 80 to this server and then
>> >> from here according to the vhost send it to the actual server... For
>> >> now i only need proxying.. dont think cacheing will be possible so im
>> >> just looking for a pretty fast, light and stable app to do this on a
>> >> freebsd 7...
>> >> Thanks and ihope to hear some cool recommendations.. hehe
>> > If lightweight, go with www/nginx. Features, go with www/squid or
>> > apache+mod_proxy.
>> > --
>> > Mel
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>> Thanks Mel... Now i've been reading a little and found that cherokee
>> maybe a very good alternative also.... I also found that the
>> performance will variate according to the syscall the server uses... i
>> read about poll,etc.... how to know which syscalls does the servers
>> support and which one is better/fastest?
> kqueue is preferred on *BSD, since it's able to aggregate multiple filter
> matches into one event if they happen to occur in a close time frame. This
> reduces copyout from kernel to userland. It also used to be true that poll is
> a busywait, but I think that has been corrected.
> If you're interested, the original design document for kqueue is available
Greatt.. sorry for the late response.. i was on vacations in a place
with no internet... hehe... on the second day i was cryinggg.. haha
thanks so much for the explanation and link... will read that and try
to understand a bit ... hehe
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