[REBOL] Re: Rugby: Number of Connections
From: mattsmac:ho:tmail at: 17-Nov-2003 10:44
Allow me to elaborate,
Because Rugby only does 1 thing at a time, I want to have multiple servers
so that then they could do multiple things at a time. The system I am
developing has the potentional to have several hundred users, so processing
each connection 1 at a time is not really an option.
>From: "Matt MacDonald" <[mattsmac--hotmail--com]>
>Subject: [REBOL] Re: Rugby: Number of Connections
>Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2003 10:32:14 -0500
>What I'm trying to do is have more than 1 server running at one time and
>allow the client to connect to the least loaded one. Is this not neccesary
>Your doing the right thing, but.... Rugby exectues the message once it
>has arrived completely, returning the result and cleaning up
>immediately. There is always one thing happening at one time.
>You're probably looking at efficient networking (and buffering in
>REBOL), especially with small message sizes, whih Rugby typicall has.
>The first connection you see (the blank one) is the server port.
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: [rebol-bounce--rebol--com] [mailto:[rebol-bounce--rebol--com]] On Behalf
> >Matt MacDonald
> >Sent: maandag 17 november 2003 15:48
> >To: [rebol-list--rebol--com]
> >Subject: [REBOL] Rugby: Number of Connections
> >I'm trying to get the number of connections on a rugby server.
> >the source code, I should be able to do something like this:
> >num-conn: length? rugby-server/port-q
> >but this only ever returns 2. after probing port-q I find that the
> >object in it is a blank connection and the second is the last
> >made. So it looks like port-q does not hold all of the ports on the
> >just the last one. Any idea how to find the number of total
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