I've been planning one project for a while now, but I'm still
undecided which direction to take.
The project will be web based, using weblocks, under x86-64 linux
(Debian, if that makes any difference). There will be three main
logical parts. One part will be the listener/sender that will be
collecting data and storing it in the postgresql and sending commands
to the data sources, one for the web administration of the project and
data sources, and one for the data processing with the web pages for
the users that will display the collected and processed data.
Since I'm not quite experienced in using common lisp and sbcl
implementation (especially not using threads), and this will be my
first project using weblocks, I haven't decided if it would be better
to run it all in one sbcl instance as several threads, or to run each
part in its own sbcl instance. I guess it would be best to run it all
in one instance. On the other hand, in the case of problems, if one
part breaks for some reason, other parts would still work in separate
sbcl instances? I'd like to hear an experienced opinions and advices.
How would you do it? I don't need source, but pointers and
documentation would be great.
Also, if someone has some nice links and documents that demonstrate
and explain how to make an daemon written in the common lisp (with
gotchas and stuff), especially for the sbcl of course, it would be
very much appreciated. I know that there are already several projects
written in CL that work as daemons (so I can read source, which I do),
but I hope that there are some "simple" examples for the beginners to
Thanks in advance.
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