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Re: [SLUG] multiple POP-3 servers on one machine
- To: Rick Welykochy <rick@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [SLUG] multiple POP-3 servers on one machine
- From: Umar Goldeli <umar@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue Oct 31 12:35:51 2000
- Cc: slug@xxxxxxxxxxx
Certainly sounds better than my theory, that's for sure. :)
> For each Listen ip:port as configured in httpd.conf,
> the parent Apache process bind()s a socket to that ip and port
> and hangs a listen() on it. As many as you have specified.
> Whenever a request comes in on a <ip,port> it is farmed off to
> a child task to process, and another bind()/listen() is done
> to listen for the next incoming request on THAT IP AND PORT.
> If you've done any pre-forking/multi-ip-port server code, the above
> methodology will be familiar. For those who want to learn more,
> there are some excellenet chapters on this very topic in
> "The Perl Cookbook", towards the end of the book.
> So all I really want is a preforking multi-IP highly configurable
> POP-3 server that functions basically the same way that Apache