Projects / gatling


gatling is a high-performance HTTP and FTP server. It is small, fast, and scalable, and uses platform-specific performance and scalability APIs. It supports connection keep-alive, el-cheapo virtual domains (similar to thttpd), IPv6, and Content-Range (not the full specs, just a-b or a-byte ranges).


Recent releases

  •  08 Nov 2005 07:45

    Release Notes: A pipelining bug was fixed. HTTP headers are now sent to CGIs as HTTP_FOO=bar environment variables. Cleanups were made for GCC 4. Temporary fallback redirects were added. CGI slaves are now only forked if the -C option is given on the command line. IRIX compatibility was established.

    •  31 Jan 2005 22:45

      Release Notes: Initial simple support for HTTPS (using OpenSSL) and .htaccess.

      •  29 Jul 2004 13:12

        Release Notes: CGI proxy and local CGI mode (both experimental) were added. A few fd leaks were fixed. A SIGHUP will make gatling detach from the server sockets, but continue to serve open requests (and then exit). Some minor stuff was added.

        •  21 Feb 2004 15:56

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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