[Seaside] Re: go into production to do list
sabine.knoefel at gmail.com
Tue Sep 3 06:24:24 UTC 2013
Thank you all!
I decided to create a base image with all frameworks like Seaside, Voyage,
Artefact, JQueryWidgetBox etc which indeed does not change very
often/daily, keep it, and additionaly load only my stuff as suggested by
Sven and Joachim.
I assume that loading my own stuff takes long because currently I have all
translations for 4 languages in the image. I should move all the
translations to the database, too. :-)
On Mon, Sep 2, 2013 at 10:26 PM, Sven Van Caekenberghe-2 [via Smalltalk] <
ml-node+s1294792n4706200h95 at n4.nabble.com> wrote:
> On 02 Sep 2013, at 20:47, MartinW <[hidden email]<http://user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=4706200&i=0>>
> > Sabine Knöfel wrote
> >> Which image do you use as base image for deployment?
> >> Loading all my code/prereqs from a new image takes about 2 hours!
> > My deployed Seaside application runs still Pharo 1.4 Summer Edition.
> > And yes, i also feel loading all the code takes too long. But it got
> > recently in 2.0.
> Yes, the latest 2.0 has got the code loading speedup from 3.0, it makes a
> huge difference.
> Also note that you do not have to start from scratch each time !
> Ideally you would build from a stock image to your custom image using one
> master metacello config. Later on, you can just take that image and reload
> the config, which will only load changed code. This scenario makes even
> more difference in day to day practice.
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