[Seaside] WAFileUploadTag, large uploads, and crashes
carlg at libertybasic.com
Sat Dec 6 03:20:57 UTC 2008
So, I guess then a direct question to the Cincom product team is, does
the latest supported version of Seaside and Opentalk(?) on Visualworks
support file uploads without consuming many times the size of the file
in memory space?
On Oct 2, 2008, at 11:02 AM, Philippe Marschall wrote:
> 2008/10/2 Philippe Marschall <philippe.marschall at gmail.com>:
>> 2008/10/2 Carl Gundel <carlg at libertybasic.com>:
>>>> Subject: Re: [Seaside] WAFileUploadTag, large uploads, and crashes
>>>> 2008/10/2, Carl Gundel <carlg at libertybasic.com>:
>>>>> Has anyone here had problems with crashes and uploading large
>>>>> files using
>>>> Could you define "large"? On Squeak with something in the region of
>>>> tens of megabytes: yes.
>>> Ten of megabytes would be about right. It seems like uploading a
>>> 20MB file
>>> consumes a couple of hundred megabytes of Smalltalk memory. I
>>> wonder if it
>>> is Web Toolkit to blame, or Seaside.
>> Seaside is to blame that it want's to have the contents of the file
>> the memory, that's 20 MB in your case. For the rest it's either
>> WebToolkit or the adapter that sits between Seaside and WebToolkit.
>> Since this part shouldn't really do much.
> Hmm, that part somehow does not read OK. Lets try again:
> Seaside is to blame that it wants to have the contents of the file in
> the memory, that's 20 MB in your case. For the rest it's either
> WebToolkit or the adapter that sits between Seaside and WebToolkit.
> Since this part shouldn't really do that much it's likely that the
> problem is somewhere in WebToolkit. Needlessly Copying data around is
> quite a common problem.
> You could give Swazoo 2 a shot.
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