I am evaluating grandnode for a site that will receive high load (5000 concurrent users) for short periods of time.
Anyone have any recommendations for a deployment strategy that will work well with grandnode? Ideally, I want to use Azure.
I think Linux is a better option for Mongo. Just wondering if throwing the app and database in one container will scale well enough for that load.
Thanks. I merged that fix in and confirmed it is working.
Describe your problem:
When attempting to bring up certain product / category pages (or bringing up their product page in the admin tools), I receive an error of:
One or more errors occurred. (Listing snapshots is only supported in flat mode (no delimiter). Consider setting the useFlatBlobListing parameter to true. Parameter name: blobListingDetails)
I get the same error whenever I attempt to upload an image anywhere on the site.
Version of GrandNode: 4.0
Did you make any private modifications of GrandNode?:
One small change regarding CSS, but this problem was occuring before that on a vanilla install.
Version of MongoDB:
Mongo Community Edition 3.6.3
Any other informations, that might be helpful?
I am using Azure for blob local storage. After setting this up and making the necessary changes to the web.config it appears to mostly work except for some of the pages. I am pretty sure it is related to trying to store or list items from blob storage. Here is the detail:
System.ArgumentException: Listing snapshots is only supported in flat mode (no delimiter). Consider setting the useFlatBlobListing parameter to true.
Parameter name: blobListingDetails
at Microsoft.WindowsAzure.Storage.Blob.CloudBlobContainer.ListBlobsImpl(String prefix, Nullable`1 maxResults, Boolean useFlatBlobListing, BlobListingDetails blobListingDetails, BlobRequestOptions options, BlobContinuationToken currentToken)
Even though guest checkout is enabled, once you try to checkout it forces you to either register or login. This is different than true "checkout as a guest".
Is there an additional setting I am missing? This functions correctly on the original NOPCommerce.