[Catalyst] Re: Lighttpd and mod_perlite

Aristotle Pagaltzis pagaltzis at gmx.de
Sat Jun 20 13:11:07 GMT 2009

Hi Brad,

* Brad Bowman <list at bereft.net> [2009-06-09 10:05]:
> Aristotle Pagaltzis wrote:
> >I like to use ::Engine::HTTP::Prefork coupled with whatever
> >reverse proxy server strikes one’s fancy (whether it be Squid,
> >Apache mod_proxy, Varnish, lighttpd, whatever). Additionally I
> >like to use ::Plugin::Static::Simple, sending proper Expires
> >headers so that the reverse proxy will keep those cached files
> >around forever.
> >
> >That takes decoupling to its logical conclusion: the
> >application server is standalone and works completely
> >independently from the internet-facing server. You can fire
> >requests at it like you would at any webserver. You can use
> >the same engine during development and in production. There
> >are more advantages, but I forget.
> >
> >It’s all very, very nice.
> I'd like to know more about this.
> (It almost sounds to good to be true...)

what questions do you have? All I can think to say right now is
look at Catalyst::Engine::HTTP::Prefork and work from there…

Aristotle Pagaltzis // <http://plasmasturm.org/>

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