Recently I was asked my friend who isn't a Python programmer, how to make an optimal use of webware on his web-hosting?
In other words, how to set so as to make webware applicable only from the own space (i.e., own cgi-bin, httpdocs) of a client?
I am not so much experienced with Webware, however, I am the addressee of the question because I have 2 years experience in professional
Let me rely on your help to make Webware even more widely applicable.
From: Ian Bicking <ianb@co...> - 2003-02-23 01:26:44
On Sat, 2003-02-22 at 19:04, Georgij wrote:
> Recently I was asked my friend who isn't a Python programmer, how to
> make an optimal use of webware on his web-hosting?
> In other words, how to set so as to make webware applicable only from
> the own space (i.e., own cgi-bin, httpdocs) of a client?
Each client should have their own AppServer process, running probably
under their user account. You don't need a complete Webware
installation for each user, but Webware/bin/MakeAppWorkDir.py can make a
sort of minimal copy.
If you're using Linux it looks like there's a crazy number of processes
used this way, but it's not as bad as it looks. Under Linux each
AppServer will look like about 12 processes, because each thread looks
like a process. But I don't think the overhead is really that bad, and
you can turn down the number of threads if you want.
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