Great writeup -- thanks!
I do have one question. Do you use Webware's sessions? If so, how do =
handle load balancing so that requests for the same session go to the =
> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Eriksson [mailto:david@...]
> Sent: Thursday, September 26, 2002 11:05 AM
> To: Marcos S=E1nchez Provencio
> Cc: webware-devel@...
> Subject: [Webware-devel] Webware @ netbabyworld
> we are running a big entertainment site - http://www.netbabyworld.com
> it used to be a windows + sql solution but we switched to linux and=20
> webware when releasing the new version of the site. there are still=20
> lot's of features on the site that we haven't had the time to=20
> implement, hold tight. there are for an example a quite advanced=20
> hi-score system etc.
> reason for switching was mainly to have a platform that is fun to=20
> work with, enables rapid development and that doesn't limit you.
> to bad thought we decided to out source the database rig + database=20
> front end. this one has been a bottleneck in our system so if you got =
> some problems with the site it's probably the db-front...
> however, we are working on a solution. currently it's a xml-rpc=20
> solution that we talk with via a python xml connection pool. we plan=20
> to replace the database front + database with zodb and perhaps a=20
> combo with postgresql or mysql.
> netbabyworld got aproxx 500.000 registered users
> daily unique sessions 12-20.000
> system setup:
> - load balancer from cisco
> - 2 linux machines with the website
> - 1 database & db-front machine
> + some custom game related relay servers etc.
> We use apache to serve all the media files such as images, shockwave=20
> games and downloads. all the pages is run through webware.
> feel free to ask for any details.
> - we like webware a lot, great stuff!
> /david eriksson + nbw team
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