[Seaside] Amazon EC2

Avi Bryant avi.bryant at gmail.com
Wed Sep 6 22:18:16 UTC 2006

On Sep 6, 2006, at 3:12 PM, Bob Houston wrote:

> Yes, I agree.   A database hosted elsewhere might be the simplest  
> solution.   Of course, an open-source object DB would be nice to  
> use.  I'm curious if this might be an acceptable use for a GOODS  
> database?  Is the GOODS "replication support" applicable here?  My  
> thought is that we could use GOODS to run a primary server in our  
> EC2 instance, with a replicated server on a real host somewhere.   
> Or perhaps the other way around, with a real host running the  
> primary server?   This way a real host machine will have a current  
> copy of the data, and can be used to "seed" the EC2 instance at  
> startup.  Comments?

I guess the question is how that "seed" process works... anyone have  
experience with GOODS replication, and know how you bring up a new  


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