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From Mark Lowe <>
Subject Re: [OT] - Request against Session
Date Thu, 12 Feb 2004 23:20:08 GMT

Sure speed wise the filling ram approach that java uses would have 
everything ready n waiting. While most c cgi's will be hitting the 
disk. But as the beef was "bloat" and thus I assume ram usage then I'd 
say that our session-shy friend would be all the happier.

Java would only win/draw until it runs out of ram and then ouch that 
smarts :o)

I prefer java to worrying about all that donkey's jiz, but if i was 
really concerned about "bloat" perhaps i would thing differently.

Cheers Mark

On 12 Feb 2004, at 23:53, Michael McGrady wrote:

>> I agree, java does the job nicely but if you're gonna get your 
>> knickers in a twist about using sessions and you've got time to burn 
>> then a c cgi would probably out perform a java solution (assuming you 
>> don't write shit that is).
> I doubt this.  I think the Java will usually win this battle.  
> Servlets do add a lot to the web architecture.
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