Alex, > and the load distributed across multiple servers.
How so? Currently PicoLisp forks on the same sever. Are you using remote queries to other PicoLisp instances? A proxy to parse routes? re: "https://firstname.lastname@example.org/msg00097.html" > For production. At the moment the project is still in prototype stage. How does fries.js GET and POST to PicoLisp? JSON converted to PicoLisp objects? re: "http://www.prodevtips.com/2008/09/11/pico-lisp-and-json/" (:Thanks Henrik) Thanks, -rl On Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 1:52 AM, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de>wrote: > Hi Rick, > > > It seems to me that the easiest way to overcome server volume(1) > > limitations ("http://www.kegel.com/c10k.html"), is by executing a much > as > > possible on the client. See also: "http://www.generalinterface.org/". > > It all depends on the application. But, in my experience, the relative > load on the server is quite low in the current PicoLisp architecture. > > Some things _have_ to be done on the server anyway, like validations and > synchronizations, so you can't put much on the client alone. > > Also, the client does the most work anyway. The bottleneck is rendering > the layout in the browser, not the virtual representation of the GUI > components on the server. You can see that easily with 'top', if you run > both the client and server on a single machine. > > And with tens of thousands of clients (doing heavy database work, not > just static pages) the situation needs to be analyzed carefully, and the > load distributed across multiple servers. > > > > Alex, thanks for pointing me to: "http://getfri.es/" and " > > https://github.com/jaunesarmiento/fries". Do you use this for testing; > or, > > for production? > > For production. At the moment the project is still in prototype stage. > > ♪♫ Alex > -- > UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:email@example.com?subject=Unsubscribe >