multi-threaded web server problem!!

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    Question multi-threaded web server problem!!

    can anyone please help me for my problem. My codes is the base single threaded web server. what about change to be a multi-threaded, which another web-browser should have to wait for the first one finish? I think will use 'CreateThread',but where should I put the 'CreateThread' function, I had tried put 'send' inside 'CreateThread', like CreateThread(NULL,0,send,fd,sbuffer,strlen(sbuffer ),0,0,&id), but it doesn't work. It seem like the 'send' can't have more than one parameter. Please have a look. Thank you very much.
    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <winsock.h>
    #include <windows.h>
    int main() {
       int s,n;
       unsigned fd;
       struct sockaddr sin={AF_INET,{31,144,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0}};
       WSADATA wsaData;
       char *header="HTTP/1.1 200 OK\r\nContent-Type: text/html\r\n\r\n";
       char data[512];
       char *sbuffer;
       char filename[256];
       long filesize;
       FILE *f;
       WSAStartup(MAKEWORD(1, 1), &wsaData);  // initialise windows sockets
       s=socket(PF_INET,SOCK_STREAM, 0);      // create a socket
       bind(s,&sin, sizeof(sin));             // bind it to port 80
       listen(s,10);                          // allow up to 10 incoming connections 
       while(1) {
          fd=accept(s,NULL,NULL);             // wait for a request 
          n=recv(fd,data,512,0);              // recieve the request using fd
          data[n]=0;                          // NUL terminate it
          sscanf(data,"GET /%s ",filename);   // get the name of the file
          f=fopen(filename,"rb");             // open the file (might be binary)
          send(fd,header,strlen(header),0);   // send the header
                                              // send the file
                if (f==NULL) {
    	            printf("File not exit.\r\n");
                 // obtain file size.
                 fseek (f,0,SEEK_END);
                 filesize = ftell (f);
                 rewind (f);
                 // allocate memory to contain the whole file.
                 sbuffer = (char*) malloc (filesize);
                 if (sbuffer == NULL) {
    	             printf("memory error.\r\n");
                    printf("Sending %s, size: %ld.\r\n",filename,filesize);
                    while (!feof(f)){
    							 fread (sbuffer,1,filesize,f);
    							 }//end of while
                     }//end of else
                 } //end of else
          closesocket(fd); // close the socket
       }//end of while
    Last edited by Salem; 08-11-2006 at 11:13 AM. Reason: Now with added [code][/code] tags for extra flavour - use them in future

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    There's a whole bunch of issues in there which are dealt with by various FAQ entries.

    For a start, there are a number of functions whose status result is completely ignored. Perhaps checking some of those would help.

    And fread() does NOT append a \0, so your following strlen() is "up the creek without a paddle"
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    You should make a separate function for the thread, and if it requires more than one parameter, you should package the parameters into a structure (dynamically allocated), so that you can pass the address of that structure to CreateThread, which only accepts one input to the thread start function.
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