Scaling Seaside apps (was: [Seaside] About SToR)

Chris Muller chris at
Tue Aug 1 14:36:12 UTC 2006

Very interesting.  It looks like something that Squeak itself could
benefit from, wrapped in a Stream or Flow interface.

Whether an I/O intensive application like a DB server could benefit
from that is hard to say, those servers typically want to have close
(read: quick) access to the db files, I'm pretty sure there would be
performance challenges with remote primitive access.

It might be good for backups though..

--- Darius Clarke <socinian at> wrote:

> Could, should Magma also use Amazon S3
> as a  storage device?
> I've not thought through what it would take to optimize for it, but
> it
> might reduce a lot of data/code/image persistency headaches.
> Cheers,
> Darius

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