[Seaside] Server sizing - 100 concurrent users

radoslav hodnicak rh at 4096.sk
Sun Jun 3 13:54:44 UTC 2007

On Fri, 1 Jun 2007, Avi Bryant wrote:

> On 6/1/07, Edward Stow <ed.stow at gmail.com> wrote:
>> So the limitations are that the server will be linux distribution.  I
>> would like to know if their are any known issues with RedHat / CentOS.
> Dabble DB runs on dual xeons running CentOS.
>> Memory,  the client specifies that we have capacity for 100 concurrent
>> user sessions.
>> To handle 100 sessions, I assume that we will need the type of
>> configuration used for
>> DabbleDB - Apache load balancer, multiple images, etc.
> Yep, I would split that into 10-20 VMs, which, even with just 2GB of
> RAM in the server, gives you up to 100MB for each of them, which
> should be plenty.

What's the point of having 10-20VMs (not sure whether you mean virtual 
machines as in OS virtualization or squeak's VM) on a single server? I 
would understand having 2-4 (one image per cpu/core).


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