The hssTVS is a webserver for static content, using a non-blocking multiplexing core (with epoll). It is based on a fairly simple state machine together with routines that were derived from the dpfTVS project. By now, they've been modified several times to gain more speed. As a result hssTVS is now capable to outclass all free servers I've put it up against, leaving barely more than roadkill behind.
Allthough hssTVS is still only capable to handle requests for static content it is a viable solution if you have to serve a lot small files, like smilies for a forum and the like. Web-services with a lot traffic often use external additional static content servers to relieve the main server so that it can do its task. This is the ideal role for hssTVS, at least until I've added the still missing gateway interfaces.
The current version is 0.222e alpha for 32Bit and 0.230e alpha for 64Bit. I'll have to get my XEN running again, then I'll update the 32Bit version too.
Please use the old systems forum for questions and comments.