On Sat, Jan 23, 2016 at 6:42 AM, highclass99 wrote:
I use perl a lot,
and I noticed
for several years has been documented as
“The module is experimental, caveat emptor applies.”
So I have been somewhat avoiding testing its use.
Does anyone know if this is suitable to use in high traffic production
We used to use this perl module in production about 3 years ago for
relatively heavy production traffic (we have way more traffic today)
but it was slow, unscalable, and blocking on I/O. We switched to the
ngx_http_lua_module since then and it has been much faster and
guarantees 100% nonblocking network I/O. Disclaimer: I am the
maintainer of the ngx_http_lua_module.
We still use Perl for many offline work like automated testing (based
on the CPAN module Test::Nginx ) and WAF’s Lua code generation (the
modsecurity rules to Lua translator is written in Perl). I’ve also
been working on the Lemplate compiler  in Perl that compiles Perl’s
TT2 templates down to standalone Lua code runnable atop the
Hope it helps.