[Seaside] Re: ZINC - Kom dilemma Fwd: WADebugErrorHandler problem
kuszinger at giscom.hu
Tue Jan 19 14:15:00 UTC 2016
Just for information: it seems that there is *no nginx with upload module*
on Windows. However in Apache doc there is also an upload providing fairly
the same. I'm now testing it on Windows and if it works I follow with the
Smalltalk ending in my Seaside app.
Robert Kuszinger <kuszinger at giscom.hu> ezt írta (időpont: 2016. jan. 19.,
> Paul, Phil,
> thanks for the ideas and information. I'll also try this way also to
> ensure every factor to be optimal.
> Summarizing all the comments by far it seems that the bulletproof service
> infrastructure is streaming upload to disk or possibly outside the
> Smalltalk VM (nginx way) and keep other application data inside. Memory
> limits are still interesting for safe handling of a larger parallel load.
> Paul DeBruicker <pdebruic at gmail.com> ezt írta (időpont: 2016. jan. 19.,
> K, 6:48):
>> Phil (list) wrote
>> > On Tue, 2016-01-19 at 02:14 +0100, Stephan Eggermont wrote:
>> >> > Assuming you're running the Cog VM you're likely hitting its memory
>> >> > limits. I don't recall the exact number, but once you get to the
>> >> > 400-
>> >> > 500 Meg range you're hitting the absolute limit of how much RAM Cog
>> >> > can
>> >> > deal with.
>> >> That is just default limits. On a mac I've worked with about 2GB.
>> >> There
>> >> used to be some limitation on windows, I think there was an issue in
>> >> 2011 on windows where there was a limit closer to 512 GB, but AFAIk
>> >> that
>> >> was fixed.
>> > Is that something that can be changed without a custom build? If so,
>> > I'd love to learn how. I was under the impression that this was a hard
>> > limit in Cog (that varies a bit by platform, but still well below 1G)
>> On the mac you can change the limit in
>> by adjusting the value for the SqueakMaxHeapSize setting and restarting
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