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Pier 1.0.17 on GLASS

Gemstone has just announced that Pier 1.0.17 is available on GLASS. They also announced that Pier will be available on the soon coming GemStone/S 64 version 2.3.

This is exciting news, because it means you will have a great-out-of-the-box persistency option for Pier. More engineering details and pointers can be found on the (gem)Stone Soup blog:

Posted by Tudor Girba at 28 September 2008, 1:14 pm link


That would be great to combine seasidehosting with it... Do you think Gemstone would agree ?

Of course not 4Go per account but it could be great to have that !

Posted by cédrick at 29 September 2008, 11:11 am link

In the end I think that all of the problems would be solvable

Posted by Dale Henrichs at 1 October 2008, 7:05 pm link

[whoops I lost the initial paragraph of my previous comment] ...@cédrick I don’t think we’d be opposed to some sort of arrangement...I think there are technical details to be worked out though ... one stone per seaside installation would probably be too big of a resource drain - individual stones could have their repository limited to less than 4G, but you’d still several processes running per stone, not to mention the SPC. Arranging for multiple users to share a single stone is probably preferable, but this is where I think we’d have to work things out like repository quotas and possibly a few other things.

Posted by Dale Henrichs at 1 October 2008, 7:06 pm link