felix <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Martin Gasbichler wrote:
>> Maybe the server has problems looking up its FQDN. start-web-server
>> doesn't allow you to specify it but you can supply it to the server
>> [0 gasbichl@ventoux sunet-2.0] scsh -lm packages.scm -lm
>> start-web-server -o http-test
>> Welcome to scsh 0.6.4 (Olin Shivers)
>> Type ,? for help.
>> http-test> (httpd (make-httpd-options
>> with-port 4242
>> with-root-directory (cwd)
>> with-syslog? #f
>> with-fqdn "www.foobar.de"
> ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
> That's the one. It works now nicely. Many thanks!
> Does httpd support persistent connections properly?
No, it is a pure HTTP 1.0 server. We would like to extend it to HTTP
1.1 but currently we don't have the time to do so.
> When I run httperf with --num-calls 10 --num-conns 200 it looks like
> only 400 requests are served.
> Any ideas?
I'll try to have a closer look at this within the next few days.