doutuo1939
doutuo1939
2012-12-04 03:08

node.js如何处理故意大(和坏)的http请求

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I'm working out on a few projects using node and each line of code that I write spans lots of ideas of how could someone destroy my node process.

Right now I'm thinking of this:

require('http').createServer(function(req, res)) {
    //DEAL WITH REQUEST HERE
  }.listen(port, net);

That's standard code for setting up a server and dealing with requests.

Let's say that I want to bring down that node process, I could send POST requests with loads of data on them and node.js would spend lots of time (and bandwith) on receiving all of them.

Is there a way to avoid this?

PHP Pros: How do you normally deal with this?

Is there a way to tell node or php (maybe apache) to just ignore requests from certain IPs ?

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