[Seaside] Linux Seaside server problem

Adrian Schmitt adrian.schmitt at googlemail.com
Fri Dec 1 20:33:01 UTC 2006

So this means seaside/squeak can not be considered stable for a
production environment on linux machines?

What about seaside/visualworks?

Dabbledb ist running on a centos server (which is binary compatible to
red hat Linux enterprise)

What should I do if I plan a seaside application to go live?


> 2006/11/20, Seb <sra at e8dev.com>:
> > Hi,
> > We develop a Seaside application and we're doing some stress tests on it.
> > ...
> > Our image freezes within 2 seconds, with as low as 20 concurrent users
> > hitting once per second.
> > ...
> > I can't even connect to the image with REPLServer after the freeze.

2006/11/20, Philippe Marschall <philippe.marschall at gmail.com>:
> That's just some of the things
> you have to accept when using Squeak.  Why? Because Squeak is a toy
> and this is good because we are all still kids.
> I can tell you more horror stories if you buy me a beer.

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