os at odots.org
Wed Apr 26 21:05:50 UTC 2006
> Hi, I´m developing a web app in C++. But it loads a huge amount of
> from a Database to memory, and I can´t afford doing this everytime
> someone asks for the page. Is there a way to make the program to keep
> running, and reading requests made via CGI?
Maybe fastCGI can do what you are looking for..
"Performance. FastCGI processes are persistent-they are reused to handle
multiple requests. This solves the CGI performance problem of creating
new processes for each request."
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