LiveCode server single-thread risks and considerations?
stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com
Mon Aug 1 14:22:26 EDT 2011
I have a good server tip, recommended by Andre:
*break things into small processes rather than large crunching routines, use
small chunks at at time to give breathing room for other processes.*
As far as security, Livecode should be at least as secure as PHP. All
traces of the code are gone by display time.
On 1 August 2011 10:48, Keith Clarke <keith.clarke at clarkeandclarke.co.uk>wrote:
> Hi folks,
> Now that we have a released LiveCode server - and a few experts have
> climbed the burning rope for mere mortals to follow - I'm about to dive into
> the LC server goodies my on-rev service. However, I have a sense-check
> question to the early-adopter community...
> What are the top-3 (or 5 or 10) risks/gotchas that we need to consider with
> LiveCode Server's single-threaded architecture - and how do we mitigate
> these in the somewhat 'exposed-to-nastiness' world of servers?
> Is there a LiveCode server dos and don'ts list somewhere?
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