[racket] Web Application Deployment

From: Ken Struys (ken at struys.ca)
Date: Wed Jun 23 10:33:55 EDT 2010

Oops forgot the link: http://pandela.com/

On Wed, 06/23/2010 at 10:32am, "Ken Struys" <ken at struys.ca> wrote:
> I use this company for VPS (Virtual Private Server) hosting. It's similar to 
> the service EC2 provides, but it's only $17 a month.
> You get:
> - Any almost any OS you would want
> - root access to your vm (install whatever you want)
> - a dedicated IP 
> - 256MB Ram
> - 200GB/month in bandwidth
> - 5GB disk space
> On Tue, 06/22/2010 at 6:10pm, "synx" <plt at synx.us.to> wrote:
>> I looked over the FastCGI and SCGI protocols, and concluded that they
>> weren't much more efficient than a protocol known as HTTP. Why not proxy
>> your data to a webserver, using apache's proxy module?
>> My apache2.conf has a lot of these in it:
>> <Location "/z/">
>> ProxyPass retry=10
>> </Location>
>> If you can run a CGI program that launches Racket on some script file,
>> then you also have the ability to run Racket as a little web server. If
>> you can run Racket as a FastCGI server, or a SCGI server, then you also
>> have the ability to run Racket as a little web server!
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