[Seaside] Seaside load support

Julian Fitzell julian at beta4.com
Thu May 27 19:06:13 CEST 2004

As I've mentioned in previous posts, Andrew and I are developing an 
online CV system at The University of British Columbia at the moment. 
We released it to the faculty members in Arts this spring, which was a 
user base of about 400.  I don't think we ever saw more than 10 
concurrent sessions going on, but it ran without major hiccups (though 
there still is an occasional segfault we need to track down).

We expect the user base to grow to 10,000 in the next year or so.  I'm 
sure some work will be required to handle that many but I expect it to 
be manageable.

Our application uses omnibase, though, not goods.


Sebastián Sastre wrote:
> Hi all,
>     I'm using seaside for a small & simple intranet application with 
> goods as repository.
>     Rigth now I'm evaluating to make a project of a web based 
> application that could have a much more heavy load (not known yet).
>     As I experienced several hangs on the squeak running the previous 
> seaside version, I'm wondering if that could limit this project (I'm 
> porting it to the new version on a new squeak image).
>     How do you see the stability of a systema running a squeak on a 
> linux with seaside and a goods server?
>     How many can be loaded that site? concurrent users?
>     How big, performant, professional is the best seaside application 
> you know? Can you send some links to take a look to?
>     Would you recomend or unrecomend to mount a bussiness site 
> (specialized portal) based on squeak with seaside?
>     thanks,
> Sebastián Sastre
> ssastre at seaswork.com.ar <mailto:ssastre at seaswork.com.ar>
> www.seaswork.com.ar <http://www.seaswork.com.ar>
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