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16 cpu box for a busy website vs smalltalk
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e***@gmail.com
2016-03-19 11:56:09 UTC
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I have heard smalltalk pharo or squeak are 1 cpu apps.

What then do you do for a large website?

I have heard from Mr Sargent I think that if you run glass it uses all the needed cpu.

What about aidaweb or seaside or iliad handling the html pages?

Do you run multiple pharo or squeak images?

assume say 4 boxes each 16 cpu and 256 g ram running debian(I prefer freebsd but dont see pharo on it yet, I am not sure if squeak works on freebsd amd64)
e***@gmail.com
2016-03-28 21:30:59 UTC
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Post by e***@gmail.com
I have heard smalltalk pharo or squeak are 1 cpu apps.
What then do you do for a large website?
I have heard from Mr Sargent I think that if you run glass it uses all the needed cpu.
What about aidaweb or seaside or iliad handling the html pages?
Do you run multiple pharo or squeak images?
assume say 4 boxes each 16 cpu and 256 g ram running debian(I prefer freebsd but dont see pharo on it yet, I am not sure if squeak works on freebsd amd64)
anyone?

Is mr sargent too busy?

I think he said something like N smalltalk 32 bit iamges talking to glass which takes care of concurrent db query stuff...
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