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      accf_http - buffer incoming connections until a certain complete HTTP
      requests arrive


      options INET
      options ACCEPT_FILTER_HTTP
      kldload accf_http


      This is a filter to be placed on a socket that will be using accept() to
      receive incoming HTTP connections.
      It prevents the application from receiving the connected descriptor via
      accept() until either a full HTTP/1.0 or HTTP/1.1 HEAD or GET request has
      been buffered by the kernel.
      If something other than a HTTP/1.0 or HTTP/1.1 HEAD or GET request is
      received the kernel will allow the application to receive the connection
      descriptor via accept().
      The utility of accf_http is such that a server will not have to context
      switch several times before performing the initial parsing of the
      request.  This effectively reduces the amount of required CPU utilization
      to handle incoming requests by keeping active processes in preforking
      servers such as Apache low and reducing the size of the file descriptor
      set that needs to be managed by interfaces such as select(), poll() or
      kevent() based servers.
      The accf_http kernel option is also a module that can be enabled at run‐
kldload(8) if the INET option has been compiled into the kernel.


      Assuming ACCEPT_FILTER_HTTP has been included in the kernel config file
      or the accf_http module has been loaded, this will enable the http accept
      filter on the socket sok.
              struct accept_filter_arg afa;
              bzero(&afa, sizeof(afa));
              strcpy(afa.af_name, "httpready");
              setsockopt(sok, SOL_SOCKET, SO_ACCEPTFILTER, &afa, sizeof(afa));


      The accept filter mechanism and the accf_http filter were introduced in
      FreeBSD 4.0.


      This manual page and the filter were written by Alfred Perlstein.


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