[Seaside] How to develop and deploy
lochan94 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 25 10:26:09 UTC 2008
At the time Ramon blogged about Seaside Deployment, he had used Apache 2 and
probably it didnt have out of the box Load Balancing. That was the exact
reason why he had used HAProxy.
Nowadays, the link to HAProxy seems to be dead. Ramon himself in one of the
mails had written that he no more uses HAProxy as the Apache 2.2 and above
have Out of the Box Load Balancer.
You may get more info at
Sorry for the state of Seaside that we dont have a single place where you
can find everything about Deployement(correct me if I am wrong), you may
search Seaside Mailing List at Nabble
On Wed, Jun 25, 2008 at 9:03 AM, Bèrto ëd Sèra <berto.d.sera at gmail.com>
> Problem: the HAProxy seems to require a now unexisting address:
> Install the cert for HAProxy site
> wget http://ftp.sysif.net/debian/apt_key.asc
> sudo apt-key add apt_key.asc
> Anyway, you don't seem to need any reference to ftp.sysif.net at the time
> being. You keep receiving notices about sysif being unreacheable, but
> HAProxy gets installed anyway from the other debian sid repositories.
> 2008/6/23 Marcelino Llano <listas at marze.es>:
> Thank you! and yes my bad, Smalltalk is not camelcased..
>> the platform sounds great!
>> El 23/06/2008, a las 2:58, James Foster escribió:
>> Hi Marze,
>>> I'm not familiar with GOODS or with Postgres, so I'm not sure how you
>>> would create an application that uses those tools. The general approach
>>> recommended for GemStone/S is to use class (instance) variables to keep
>>> objects persistent. Start your Seaside application in Squeak and just use
>>> the image for persistence. When you are ready to deploy, just export your
>>> application using Monticello and import it into GemStone/S using Monticello.
>>> Why would you wait till your site gets bigger to port everything to
>>> GemStone? Why not start with GemStone? Then you wouldn't have to do any
>>> object-relational mapping in the first place.
>>> GemStone/S is started by using the command line and you get to a
>>> Smalltalk interpreter using a command-line tool named Topaz.
>>> By the way, 'Smalltalk' has only one capital letter.
>>> On Jun 22, 2008, at 3:32 PM, Marcelino Llano wrote:
>>> Hello list! this is my first post, sorry if it's something obvious
>>>> I've been reading a lot about the platform and I'm missing one thing
>>>> When I develop a new app on Seaside and I want to start, let's say with
>>>> GOODS and Postgres and two images under Squeak, but
>>>> then my site gets bigger and I want to port everything to GemStone, how
>>>> could I do that? because I read that GemStone is
>>>> the only vendor that supports this kind of migration among SmallTalk VMs
>>>> multiple forks
>>>> And other (simple) thing, could I start an image on my server through
>>>> the command-line? there's no GUI!
>>>> Thanx in advance!
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