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Hi Nicolas, > I’m running TUX on a popular website here in Belgium (>2.000.000 > pageviews / day) and I use it to serve all my static content (images, > css, …).maybe this is off-topic, but we at Inbox.lv switched from TUX to lighttpd (lighttpd.net), because: 1) kernels are much easier to upgrade (especially if there are two kernel patches simultaneosly - Tux and GrSecurity) 2) lighttpd can be configured with rewrites, etc., configuration is very very flexible
3) problems may be tracked down easier than with tux (with valgrind).I wouldn't say that lighttpd never crashes, but since it runs under daemontools it's restarted automatically.
And, unlike most other small webservers, lighttpd works with PHP. > Thanks in advance, > > Nicolas Van Eenaeme Best Wishes, Viktors
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