JamesF wrote:mod_lisp is more of a webserver-appserver comms protocol than it is a server in itself, so far as I understand it; very much the equivalent of connecting apache to tomcat via mod_jk.
I would say it is even more equivalent to SCGI (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SCGI
) (I wonder if Hunchentoot supports SCGI?)
JamesF wrote:While it was suggested for connecting apache to Hunchentoot-0.15.x, support has been dropped in Hunchentoot 1.0 because it looked like nobody was actually using it (iirc).
I think there was a discussion on the Mailinglist about it.
I would suggest Hunchentoot if you only want to serve a Lisp-Application. If you want to run a "mainstream"-Server like apache or lighttpd in front of it and have the capacities to run Hunchentoot, then run it and use mod_proxy with your main-server. If you only have a small VPS then maybe it is hard to get Hunchentoot working stable (thats a problem I often had). Then I would recommend using CLISP's FastCGI-API.