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gatling - A high performance web server

* Small! (125k static Linux-x86 binary with HTTP, FTP and SMB support) 
* Fast! (measure for yourself, please) 
* Scalable! (see this document, measured using tools that are included in the gatling distribution. 
* Uses platform-specific performance and scalability APIs on Linux 2.4, Linux 2.6, NetBSD current (2.0+), FreeBSD 4+, OpenBSD 3.4+, Solaris 9+, AIX 5L, IRIX 6.5+, MacOS X Panther+, HP-UX 11+ 
* connection keep-alive 
* el-cheapo virtual domains (similar to thttpd) 
* IPv6 support 
* Content-Range 
* transparent content negotiation (will serve foo.html.gz if foo.html was asked for and browser indicates it understands deflate) 
* With optional directory index generation 
* Will only serve world readable files (so you don't export files accidentally) 
* Supports FTP and FTP upload as well (upload only to world writable directories and the files won't be downloadable unless you chmod a+r them manually) 
* CGI support for HTTP, also SCGI and FastCGI (over IP sockets, not Unix Domain yet) 
* El-cheapo .htaccess support (see README.htaccess) 
* Quick-and-dirty SSL/TLS support (see README.tls) 
* Can detect some common mime types itself, like file(1) 
* Read-only SMB support (good enough to read a specific file from Windows or using smbclient from Samba)

Source Files

Filename Size Changed Actions
_service 57 Bytes Download File
gatling-bof.patch 630 Bytes Download File
gatling-systemd.patch 9.14 KB Download File
gatling.changes 4.33 KB Download File
gatling.service 685 Bytes Download File
gatling.socket 811 Bytes Download File
gatling.spec 9.61 KB Download File
rc.gatling 1.45 KB Download File
sysconf.gatling 223 Bytes Download File

Comments for home:p_conrad (2)

Aikhjarto wrote over 1 year ago

Can you please include openSUSE_Leap_42.3 as build target?

p_conrad wrote over 1 year ago

Done, and built. Thanks for the hint!

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