Hi, Jonathan,

Jonathan wrote:
> Just one of those things that keeps popping up on my list of 'things I
> should try': Zope behind the Tux webserver. For those who do not know:
> Tux is a very fast webserver for Linux because it operates at kernel
> level. It can pass requests it can't handle to another server, ZServer
> for example.

Are you sure Tux will help in conjunction with Zope ? AFAIK Tux can only
handle static html pages and nothing more. Any request to dynamic pages
(and I wold consider any Zope powered system being 100% dynamic) has to
be passed to another (user-level) webserver. So IMHO in the case of Zope
this would be no improvement at all. 

But that's just my thoughts, please correct me, if I'm wrong.


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