dhenrich at vmware.com
Sun May 15 12:44:11 EDT 2011
GemSource is running Seaside2.6 and a very old version of the SqueakSource code. I'd rather run Seaside3.0 and Tobias' SqueakSource3 as an alternative to SqueakSource.
And as a matter of fact, we have already started heading down that path.
While I was on vacation we had a vm provisioned in a VMware data center for hosting a SqueakSource3 instance:)
The plan is to run the SqueakSource3 instance as a beta for a couple of weeks to correct any load/code issues and then barring any big issues, open it up for general usage.
I'll need a week or so to get the GemStone and SqueakSource3 installed and configured.
When the beta is ready I'll send email to the list ...
On May 14, 2011, at 12:54 AM, Stéphane Ducasse wrote:
> So how do we do that?
> Dale can we use the ssgemstone you host?
>> The problem is that the network operator is down...
>> see http://code.google.com/p/pharo/issues/detail?id=4218
>> We should really t hink hard about redundancy...
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