>>>>> "s" == sinisa <sinisa@stripped> writes:
s> exhausted. Furthermore, your problems will aggravate as BSDI does not
s> have native threads.
This is false; BSDI has native threads. You are confusing kernel
threads with "native" threads. You do not need to use MIT pthreads
I've never had problems with MySQL on bsd/os at all. I have my own
mod_auth_mysql module that has authenticated tens of millions of
accesses to the site over the last several years. The key is to not
worry about authenticating images; just the real content. This saves
a tremendous load on both your web servers and your SQL server.
Vivek Khera, Ph.D. Khera Communications, Inc.
Internet: khera@stripped Rockville, MD +1-301-545-6996
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