[stunnel-users] stunnel daemon mode
joe at joetify.com
Sat Oct 9 00:18:11 CEST 2010
> In inetd mode, you get a new Stunnel process for every connection.
> Initialization must occur in *each* new process - they don't share
> any state, including any session ids.
> In daemon mode, there's one stunnel process (threaded) which can
> share state between threads, so it is much better.
Ah I see, so running a single process (w/ pthreads) under runit I get the same effect as daemon mode. Correct?
Name: Joseph A. Williams
Email: joe at joetify.com
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