[Seaside] Monticello in GemStone
orichards at mail.ru
Fri Dec 14 07:08:27 UTC 2007
I'm using MacBook with Intel Core Duo. So i think it's 32-bit. Can i install
a virtual machine with 64-bit to experement? As for production environment i
have a 64-bit environment. But i want to try before go to production. What
will you recommend me?
And one specific question: I've read many articles about GLASS. But how will
persistence work? For example if i want to store data in Magma or GOODS i
just need to store a dictionary which is root for all my data. Where should
i store my root in GemStone. I've read a documentation but can't find place.
Can you give me an example.
Dale Henrichs wrote:
> What version of GemStone are you looking at? Since about version 2.2.2
> of the 64 bit product (June or July of this year), we have been shipping
> a seaside directory that contains a readme which has instructions for
> taking a virgin GemStone repository and loading Monticello and Seaside
> into it.
> If you have downloaded a copy of GemStone from our website, it is likely
> to be version 6.x, which is our 32 bit product for which we do not have
> Monticello/Seaside support.
> If you have 64 bit hardware and are interested in trying our GLASS beta,
> send mail to gssbeta at gemstone.com with a request.
> The GLASS VMWare appliance has GemStone pre-installed (including
> Monticello and Seaside), so it's by far the easiest way to come up to
> Hope this helps,
> Oleg Richards wrote:
>>Can somebody explain me how to load monticello in gemstone/s through
>>As i can understand after that step you can download other packages via
> seaside mailing list
> seaside at lists.squeakfoundation.org
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