[Seaside] Load balancing

Ramiro Diaz Trepat ramirodt at gmail.com
Tue Jul 25 21:16:13 UTC 2006

Thank you Cees,
   You would somehow use a persistent Seaside session on memcached ?
   Is that what you suggested for sharing users' sessions?
   Or would you force, by other means, http requests coming from the same
user session to hit the same Seaside image?
   Does anybody know how did the guys at dabbledb.com solve this?
   Cluster databases can be set up easily with PostgresSQL, so I think that
could be solved.
   Thanks again.


On 7/25/06, Cees De Groot <cdegroot at gmail.com> wrote:
> With Linux and memcached, I think it would be relatively trivial to
> set something up. The bottleneck in these cases is usually the
> database...
> On 7/25/06, Ramiro Diaz Trepat <ramirodt at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I am pushing, smoothly but firmly, inside my company to start using
> > Seaside.  But I still have this question that I cannot answer myself.
> > If one builds a seaside application that happens to become real
> > popular, is there a not so comlex way to make a Seaside cluster for
> > load balancing, sharing user sessions, or even handle fault tolerance?
> > If not, what would be the proper way to handle a lot of traffic?
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