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[inet-admins] Re: DG ftpd Q (fwd)



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Sincerely,
D.Marck                                   [DM5020, DM268-RIPE, DM3-RIPN]
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*** Dmitry Morozovsky --- D.Marck --- Wild Woozle --- marck@rinet.ru ***
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Date: Wed, 28 Jun 2000 10:20:40 -0700
From: David Greenman <dg@root.com>
To: Dmitry Morozovsky <marck@rinet.ru>
Subject: Re: DG ftpd Q 

>On Sun, 25 Jun 2000, David Greenman wrote:
>
>DG>    Sorry, I have not released the sources for dg-ftpd.
>
>It's a pity :-) But no problem, surely.
>
>Just one question -- is DG-ftpd multi-threaded? Or is it standard
>inetd-style forked  on every control connection? 
>
>Background of this question leads to deep discussion in russian
>ISP-related mailing list about "The Right Styled" (tm) daemons under
>extremely high load...

   I generally don't believe in multi-threaded programming for mission-critical
applications; one (perhaps very rare) bug kills everything. It's also a bitch
to program. dg-ftpd has one process per ftp session, although it manages them
itself (unlike the standard ftpd, where each is started by inetd).

-DG

David Greenman
Co-founder, The FreeBSD Project - http://www.freebsd.org
Manufacturer of high-performance Internet servers - http://www.terasolutions.com
Pave the road of life with opportunities.

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