[Seaside] Re: Seaside & Ruby Rails Compared
dima-sender-3c337a at yasp.com
Wed Sep 7 15:46:04 CEST 2005
goran at krampe.se wrote:
> Dmitry Dorofeev <dima-sender-3c337a at yasp.com> wrote:
>>David Shaffer wrote:
>>>Günther Schmidt wrote:
>>>Yes, none of them are ideal. Nothing to do with Squeak or Smalltalk
>>>though. Persistence sucks. One problem with file-based solutions in
>>>Squeak, though, is that squeak file I/O is blocking (at least under
>>>Linux). That is, the whole VM blocks while file I/O is performed. This
>>>can make your application unresponsive while writing out large image
>>Is it the same for socket I/O ?
>>I am concerned about image and video uploads in Seaside.
> Don't need to be - but see below.
>>Videos may be quite heavy. But even image from a camera 1400x1200 pixels
>>may freeze the image if socket I/O blocked. In any case I see that i need
>>to save images/videos on disk in a separate OS process. Hmm, could you hint
>>me where to look for a code snippet?
> What you definitely should use is FastSocketStream (on SqueakMap)
> instead of standard SocketStream in Squeak. This improves uploading of
> files by almost a factor 10.
Yes, but once picture/video is in the image i need to save it onto disk.
with 20Mb video it may be a freeze due to disk I/O blocking.
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