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Using a process server (such as inetd or xinetd) to listen on a set of well-popular ports and start one another server.  I said that it had much to do with overhead.  Say you set up some part of ftp server to be run this way by xinetd. Performance-wise, what are the benefits and drawbacks of this approach?

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