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    Minimum CPU Recommendations for Server

    >The issues with the webserver hammering the CPU will be
    >addressed in the next major release, courtesy of some good
    >work from Dan Sully and our other open source developers.
    >(I've also heard reports that Windows XP SP2, now in beta,
    >also fixes this problem...)
    >
    >-dean


    Hooray--this is excellent news! Any specifics on what the
    issues are/were? (Inquiring minds want to know...)

    -dave

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    Minimum CPU Recommendations for Server

    Dan's going to be replacing the HTTP server that we wrote with the
    standard one from CPAN, and it should support HTTP/1.1 which will allow
    persistent connections as well as improve caching of images.

    He'll be committing the changes as soon as 5.1.1 goes out the door in
    the next day or so.

    I'm not sure what Microsoft is fixing in SP2, but together things
    should be a lot better.

    -dean


    On Feb 23, 2004, at 2:00 PM, <dave (AT) davidrodger (DOT) com> wrote:

    >> The issues with the webserver hammering the CPU will be
    >> addressed in the next major release, courtesy of some good
    >> work from Dan Sully and our other open source developers.
    >> (I've also heard reports that Windows XP SP2, now in beta,
    >> also fixes this problem...)
    >>
    >> -dean

    >
    > Hooray--this is excellent news! Any specifics on what the
    > issues are/were? (Inquiring minds want to know...)
    >
    > -dave
    >
    >
    >

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