How to quickly set up a multithreaded server that can handle http file post.

Shiyao Ma i at introo.me
Tue Mar 12 01:16:55 CET 2013


Yes, sounds good. I should give it a try.

On Tue, Mar 12, 2013 at 1:02 AM, Xavier L. <newsgroups at afrosoft.ca> wrote:

> On 13-03-11 10:42 AM, Shiyao Ma wrote:
>
>> Today I come across a problem.
>> Basically, my need is that I want to launch a http server that can not
>> only support get but also support post (including post file).
>> My first idea is to use -m http.sever. However, it only supports get.
>> Later I find some one extended basehttpserver and made it  support post.
>> However it is not multithreaded.
>>
>> Is it easy to write a RELIABLE (I mean under normal cases) multithreaded
>> server that suits my need.
>> Also, are there any already invented wheel I can use?
>>
>> Thx
>>
>>
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>>  The best would be to use an existing webserver, such as Apache, Nginx,
> Lighttpd, etc. with python running as a fcgi or cgi script.
>
> Those webservers have been tested for longer and there is no need to
> reinvent the wheel.
>
> X
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