[Lispweb] Announcement: Hunchentoot

Stefan Scholl stesch at no-spoon.de
Tue Oct 10 14:40:21 CDT 2006


On 2006-10-10 21:16:59, Edi Weitz wrote:
> server written in Common Lisp which can be operated stand-alone but
> also as a back-end for mod_lisp.  Hunchentoot was previously only

BTW: The Rails people nowadays really like using a (to some
degree) Ruby httpd behind a reverse proxy, namely Mongrel.
Simpler and more reliable than the FastCGI solutions.

So, the stand-alone capabilities of Hunchentoot are very
important if you want to be sure you can optimize your web app in
case it gets a huge success. Always a good feeling to be able to
scale.

lighttpd + Hunchentoot, or some load balancing with pound.
Whatever you need.


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