Kore is a web application platform for writing scalable, concurrent web based processes in C or Python.
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commit ee59eb3f77e36a30c6096d6dec5b61d237d88798
parent ab8b57e6d4c0c028444b474acbf9991c6f0d2613
Author: Joris Vink <joris@coders.se>
Date:   Tue, 19 May 2015 21:53:58 +0200

Small changes to the example configuration.

conf/kore.conf.example | 11+++++++++--
1 file changed, 9 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

diff --git a/conf/kore.conf.example b/conf/kore.conf.example @@ -1,5 +1,10 @@ # Example Kore configuration +# Below you will find all available configuration +# options for Kore. Options which have a default value +# and can be left out of the configuration are commented +# out with their default value specified. + # Maximum length to queue pending connections (see listen(2)) # MUST be set before any bind directive. #socket_backlog 5000 @@ -29,14 +34,16 @@ workers 4 # NOTE: This can have a *MASSIVE* impact as this controls # how new connections are spread across worker processes. # -# This is disabled by default. +# This is disabled by default. If you wish to enable this +# specify the number of connections a worker will accept +# before returning from the accept loop. #worker_accept_threshold 0 # Workers bind themselves to a single CPU by default. # Turn this off by setting this option to 0 #worker_set_affinity 1 -# Store the main process its pid in this file. +# Store the pid of the main process in this file. #pidfile kore.pid # HTTP specific settings.