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You can try it out at https://correcthorsebatterystaple.waynewerner.com
I don't log which passwords I generate, but if you're paranoid about security you probably should just generate the passwords locally.
This project started off using Flask. Then I realized that was overkill. I decdied to make this server be able to run with pure Python, because there's literally no reason not to.
The easiest way to try it out for yourself:
python3 -m pip install --user chbs
Then you can run:
And that should tell you everything you need to know.
Or, clone this repo and run:
And then connect to it:
$ curl localhost:8000 correct horse battery staple$
Yeah. It won't return an ending newline. That's intentional.
I also decided that for funsies I should make this into a test. What is the difference between just:
- Single threaded server.
- A server using
- A server using
- A multithreaded server.
- A server using asyncio.
- A server using an aiohttp server.
My theory is that a single threaded server should be about as good as it gets. Or possibly using epoll or select? Given the size of the data that we're returning, I don't think that I'll get a lot of difference between any of these servers. We shall see.
The first server that I will produce will be just a single threaded server
using raw sockets and
listen(20). That seems like a reasonably large queue?
To be honest, I'm not entirely certain how that works - in the past I've used
huge numbers or smaller numbers and didn't really see a difference.
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