Medusa is a 'server platform' -- it provides a framework for
implementing asynchronous socket-based servers (TCP/IP and on Unix,
Unix domain, sockets).
An asynchronous socket server is a server that can communicate with many
other clients simultaneously by multiplexing I/O within a single
process/thread. In the context of an HTTP server, this means a single
process can serve hundreds or even tho
<h1> What is Medusa? </h1>
Medusa is an architecture for very-high-performance TCP/IP servers
(like HTTP, FTP, and NNTP). Medusa is different from most other
servers because it runs as a single process, multiplexing I/O with its
various client and server connections within a single process/thread.
It is capable of smoother and higher performance than most other
python2.2-medusa (0.5.4-1) unstable; urgency=low
* Initial Release.
-- A.M. Kuchling <email@example.com> Fri, 22 Aug 2003 08:54:11 -0400
* Open syslog using datagram sockets, and only try streams if that fails
Things to do
Bring remaining code up to current standards
Translate docs to RST
Medusa was once distributed under a 'free for non-commercial use'
license, but in May of 2000 Sam Ru
This package was debianized by A.M. Kuchling <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Fri, 22 Aug 2003 08:54:11 -0400.
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