Monthly Archives: November 2011

VASmalltalk – IC Memory Usage

When starting a basic IC oriented Seaside server application, you can expect to have a memory usage of 13 MB (remember: IC is NOT a reduced image). When starting additional Seaside server applications of the same type you can hope, … Continue reading

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VASmalltalk – IC Delivery Structure

How does the directory structure looks like. Each end-user application (which can be a summary of several Seaside apps) has its own directory (e.g. ApplicationFolder). I decided to put a XML directory into each ApplicationFolder, because here are sometimes application … Continue reading

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VASmalltalk – ICApplicationStarter

Originally I delivered the Seaside apps (using ICs) within one IC with the written application code and the starting code. Over the time I wrote more and more applications and I just wanted to be able to add additional applications … Continue reading

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VASmalltalk – My packages at vastgoodies.com

Due to radical source code rearrangements – due to IC oriented development – I will not be able to deliver any updates of my published stuff at vastgoodies.com. The code is still updated, but ALL my configuration maps have been … Continue reading

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VASmalltalk – Seaside and Load Balancing

I’ve read this posting about Load Balancing and just wanted to make clear, that this is also possible with VASmalltalk/Seaside together with Apache. It’s general idea. I just did this while doing the traffic tests I mentioned in earlier postings … Continue reading

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VASmalltalk – IC oriented server

I’m now working on a pure IC based headless Seaside server and the work is more or less getting more stable over the last weeks. I’ve partitioned the base system in only a few ICs (to reduce management work): kernel … Continue reading

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Stress test for Seaside …

When playing around with Apache and LoadBalancing I found a little tool named ab in the binary directory of Apache. It offers you a way to put very, heavy traffic on your Seaside server. The syntax of this tool is: … Continue reading

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