Rocket – Simple, Fast, Type-Safe Web Framework for Rust

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  • Rocket

    A web framework for Rust.

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  • shm-cached

    A shimmie cache daemon

    > How do you handle https if you don't?

    All of the code is here: https://github.com/shish/shm-cached/blob/main/src/tcp.rs

    Two async functions - one listens on port 80, and forwards requests into the business logic; one listens on port 443 (grabbing a certificate from Let’s Encrypt if it doesn’t have an up-to-date one in the cache), decrypts the SSL, and forwards requests into the business logic.

    Before I gave up and wrote my own software I tried various combinations of nginx, varnish, hitch, haproxy, squid, traefik, and I’m sure more that I’m forgetting. Most of them worked ok in most cases (and I’m still happily using `varnish -> nginx -> app server` for other parts of the site) -- but for one reason or another they each had issues handling tens of thousands of requests per second on a tiny potato of a server D: (If any of them worked then yes I would go ahead and use them - but it wouldn’t stop me feeling bad about needing to have a whole extra application layer just because my web framework doesn’t know how to close idle TCP connections :P)

    (Incidentally if somebody knows of a CDN or cloud service that’ll serve ~3Gbps of NSFW content for <$800/mo, I would be more than happy to quit writing my own software to run on hand-managed bare-metal servers :P)

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