[Seaside] [ANN] seasidehosting.st for Pharo
adi at netstyle.ch
Fri Jan 29 09:41:04 UTC 2010
No, we haven't done a GC cycle yet ;)
There are hundreds of accounts and more than 200 images are currently in running state. Depending on the CPU usage of some of the images, it may get slow for everyone. So, if you need guaranteed good performance, I suggest to check out a virtual hosting service where you also have root access.
When there are images that hogg the CPU for some time, we usually restart them. Not sure how to detect images that could be stopped, though. Being "used" is a quite fuzzy term. If you consider the access log you probably always see some usage because of bots and random users accidentally visiting a page.
On Jan 29, 2010, at 10:19 , Mariano Martinez Peck wrote:
> Yes, this is really excellent news. I have been waiting for that a long time
> Adrian: The last time I tried seasidehosting was VERY slow. It is perfect as
> it is a free service. I don't pretend more. But, I was thinking that maybe,
> there are a lot of projects that are there, running, and they are not used
> any more. Do you have a scheme for that? do you have a garbage collector ?
> For example, if they are not used for a week, you stop them, or something
> like that? Maybe a scheme like that or similar will improve those who are
> really using it.
> I have no-ip for example or dyndns, and if I don't use it for a month, they
> close my account.
> On Fri, Jan 29, 2010 at 10:11 AM, AxiNat <tibabenfortlapalanca at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Oh GREAT!
>> You don't know how happy that makes me! Thanks!
>> 2010/1/29 stephane ducasse <stephane.ducasse at free.fr>
>> Thanks a lot :) !
>>> On Jan 29, 2010, at 8:50 AM, Adrian Lienhard wrote:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> I'm happy to announce that seasidehosting.st now supports Pharo!
>>>> There are no special settings or configurations needed. Get a
>>> Pharo/Seaside image, for instance from www.seaside.st/download/pharo,
>>> install your application, and upload it to seasidehosting.st.
>>>> Before, Pharo was not supported because the special VM used did not run
>>> closure images. Since many people asked for support of Pharo, we updated the
>>> VM now. It took some time, but as promised, we managed to finish it before
>>> the upcoming Pharo 1.0 release.
>>>> I'd like to thank ESUG and netstyle.ch for their continuous support of
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