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From: skaller <skaller@u...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] suggestion: do not link to
On Thu, 2004-04-15 at 02:01, Kenneth Knowles wrote:

> In fact, I took a look at Felix pretty soon after starting up with OCaml.  

>  If I were in a C++ shop rather than a web shop I'd certainly be
> lobbying for it. 

Oh? The cooperative multi-tasking model is particularly 
well suited to web services. 

If you were a TCP/IP expert and kernel hacker,
you could easily make a totally scalable web server.
Currently, Unix sheduling kills servers around
100K connections. My Linux box can handle 1 million 
Felix threads no worries :D

All that is needed is to hook all the traffic on port 80,
eliminating the major bottleneck -- sockets.

John Skaller,
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