I'm not sure if this was clear from what I said earlier, but I use the
Racket web server without anything in front of it. In fact, Racket does SSL
termination and serves as a proxy for non-Racket services. We have been
completely satisfied with its performance and reliability.

-Philip


On Sat, Nov 24, 2018 at 12:03 AM Greg Hendershott <greghendersh...@gmail.com>
wrote:

> In my experience a Racket web server will just stubbornly continue to
> work for months at a time, if you let it.
>
> (Reminds me of the aviation joke. In the future, cockpits will have
> just one human pilot and a dog. The dog is there to bite the human if
> they try to turn off the autopilot.)
>
> I have a site on one little t2.micro at AWS.
>
> It is behind an AWS application load balancer -- but mainly just as an
> easy way to do SSL termination.
>
> I also added WAF to filter script kiddies who don't bother to supply a
> valid Host header while they try to log into phpadmin or whatever. For
> non-FANG sites honestly that will be a large proportion of your
> traffic in terms of number of requests. It wasn't making the Racket
> web server sweat, I just wanted to noise out of my logs and stats.
>
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