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Group :: System/Servers
Source RPM: mathopd
Current version: 1.5p6-alt1
Built: almost 12 years ago
Size: 86.8 KB
Repocop status: skip
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License: GPL
Summary: Fast, lightweight, non-forking HTTP server for UN*X systems.

Mathopd is a very small, yet very fast HTTP server for UN*X systems.

Mathopd supports useful features of HTTP/1.1, such as persistent connections,
partial responses and pipelining. It does not support things like content
negotation. The latest version of the software (1.5) also supports CGI/1.1.

Mathopd was designed specifically to run as a single process,
and to never grow in size. When this software was first written (early 1996)
this is something that other HTTP servers were not very good at.

For preventing conflicts with another HTTP-services Mathopd in ALTLinux
listens on port 8000 instead of standard port 80.

Current maintainer: QA p6

List of contributors: ACL: List of rpms provided by this srpm:
  • mathopd
Recent changes (last three changelog entries):

2009-07-01 Denis Smirnov 1.5p6-alt1

    - update to 1.5p6
    - Mathopd can now (optionally) allow //, /./ and /../ in URL paths. Thanks for
      Peter Pentchev for suggesting this and providing initial patches.

2006-10-31 Ilya Evseev 1.5p5-alt3

    - improvements for dir_cgi: display dates and sizes

2005-10-19 Ilya Evseev 1.5p5-alt2

    - errorlog and childlog are now created with timestamp suffix
    - use cron instead of logrotate for compressing/removing old logs
    - minor specfile bugfixes:
       + enable 'noreplace' attribute for configuration file
       + dont try to create mathopd account if it already exists.
    - improve service script:
       + support settings file in /etc/sysconfig,
       + support multiple daemon configurations,
       + try to fetch account name for service actions from daemon config.
    - additional CGI-BIN executables/extensions in daemon configuration sample
    - lot of bugfixes in specfile macros (missing docs, service uninstall, etc.)
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