This is the final status report for the FastCGI ASP.NET Server. Due to a combination of a cold and schlepping around campus in 105F weather (40.6C where applicable), I’ve been a bit delirious. But not that my head is clearing, here’s the info you’ve been waiting for. THIS WEEK’S ACCOMPLISHMENTS The last week was a…… Continue reading FastCGI ASP.NET Server Status Report 12
This status report is for the week of August 6 – August 10. This week has continued to see a lot of fine tuning bug fixes. THIS WEEK’S ACCOMPLISHMENTS The Changelog grew by 116 lines this week. Key features are as outlined. “Blocking” property was removed from Mono.FastCgi.Socket. It was only used to disable blocking…… Continue reading FastCGI ASP.NET Server Status Report 11
When trying to figure out why all my requests were turning into “200 OK” from the Lighttpd and Cherokee, I discovered I’ve been sending them incorrectly, as HTTP style lines rather than CGI header style lines. Oops. With this change implemented, mod_fcgid is no longer failing on me and I’ve got what is the start…… Continue reading Apache & fastcgi-mono-server, for the most part
Abyss and Nginx have been both been successfully tested (but not without some minor bug fixes in fastcgi-mono-server). I’m not sure how big of news this is, as I never heard of these servers until I found them in a table on Wikipedia, but apparently Nginx is big in Russia.Docs are at the usual place,…… Continue reading Abyss and Nginx now documented and working
This status report is for the week of July 30 – August 3. This week has seen a lot of work fine tuning and cleaning up the server so it will be more usable and useful. THIS WEEK’S ACCOMPLISHMENTS This week saw an explosion of development activity. Daily commits yielded a Changelog 234 lines (or…… Continue reading FastCGI ASP.NET Server Status Report 10
Subtitle: What you need to know about Cherokee, Lighttpd, and Apache2. Last Friday, I made it possible to compile and install your own copy of “fastcgi-mono-server” using standard methods. Now I have some in depth information on how to configure your server and what to look out for. lighttpd Lighty works fantastic. With about 5…… Continue reading Want to test fastcgi-mono-server? Here’s the scoop.