[Seaside] question on database and scaling

Steve Wart steve.wart at gmail.com
Mon May 12 06:54:26 UTC 2008

Hi James,

Is the limited license for Linux available for 32-bit CPUs? I wasn't able to
find a link to something that would work on Redhat x686.


On Mon, May 12, 2008 at 7:06 AM, James Foster <Smalltalk at jgfoster.net>

> On May 12, 2008, at 7:23 AM, Edward Stow wrote:
>  On Mon, May 12, 2008 at 3:14 PM, James Foster <Smalltalk at jgfoster.net>
>> wrote:
>>  GemStone/S Web Edition is available at no cost, even for commercial use,
>>> with the primary limitation of 4 GB of disk. For more information see
>>> http://seaside.gemstone.com. Dale's blog
>> James, could you clarify the terms and conditions of the Web Edition.
>> That is Gemstone is available for free commercial use **only if**
>> Gemstone is running on / in the VMWare virtual appliance.  Can you
>> confirm?
>> For me this is an awkward restriction as I use a VPS to host my web
>> applications.
> Edward,
> While the formal license (
> http://seaside.gemstone.com/docs/GLASS-License.pdf) is the final word, I
> can say that the Web Edition is tied to Linux, not a particular hardware
> environment (virtual or otherwise). The VMware virtual appliance is intended
> to simplify the install/setup/configuration process (which is non-trivial
> and requires changes to the various kernel parameters such as virtual
> memory). A VPS host should be just fine (provided you have root or sudo
> access to set kernel parameters).
> James Foster
> GemStone Systems, Inc.
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