[Seaside] Hosting Seaside
john at pierce.name
Fri Oct 1 21:13:25 UTC 2010
Do you know what you allocated for a VPS when it comes to memory and disk
specs? I run my own Debian-based VPS server at home with varying
vserver-instances of varying sizes and I generally don't have any issues
with Squeak as a process running under that environment.
What's the definition of an exclusive process that uses too many resources?
*If you can find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn't lead
anywhere. -- Frank A. Clark*
On Fri, Oct 1, 2010 at 5:09 PM, Lawson English <lenglish5 at cox.net> wrote:
> Hey Sean, we run a commercial hosting facility with several Pharo, Squeak,
> Croquet and Open Cobalt hostings. We also offer VPS hosting and Apache for
> url rewriting, load balancing and static file hosting.
> You can access your squeak application via VNC for GUI-based administration
> for seaside.
> We're looking for pilot [free] customers to test our new customer service
> if you (or anyone else) are interested.
> Contact me privately for more info.
> On 10/1/10 1:37 PM, Sean P. DeNigris wrote:
>> I'm on a shared host, and want to convert my PHP site to Seaside. When I
>> start the VM, the server kills the process, and my provider emailed me
>> Seaside was starting an "exclusive process" that was using too many system
>> So I have two questions:
>> 1. Is anyone successfully running a commercial Seaside app on a shared
>> (i.e. upload their own image)?
>> 2. If I have to go to a VPS, the OS options are CentOS4/5, Debian, Fedora,
>> Gentoo, Slackware, and Ubuntu. Are any of these particularly good for
>> Seaside? If not, which would you recommend in general?
>> p.s. I searched the list archive for "linux" and "shared host" but didn't
>> find anything relevant.
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