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#51 James

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Posted 07 March 2012 - 02:50 PM

Oh good lord

Does no one read anything anymore?


I didn't read this but since this post is by nymh it is automatically meaningful and speaks the truth.

#52 Hina

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Posted 07 March 2012 - 08:00 PM

Thank You!

#53 ShadowLink64

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Posted 07 March 2012 - 09:43 PM

Now working on getting subversion (SVN) online -- that's the thing we use as programmers to submit our code to the program manager. Once SVN is online, we can begin serving the program manager content again. :p But it may take a day or two. :(

Very sorry for more delay. We pretty much have to reinstall all of these applications we used to have. :/ Also, with new webserver software (lighttpd instead of nginx), there's a learning curve to it.

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Posted 07 March 2012 - 09:48 PM

Now working on getting subversion (SVN) online -- that's the thing we use as programmers to submit our code to the program manager. Once SVN is online, we can begin serving the program manager content again. :p But it may take a day or two. :(

Very sorry for more delay. We pretty much have to reinstall all of these applications we used to have. :/ Also, with new webserver software (lighttpd instead of nginx), there's a learning curve to it.


No need to be sorry mate, we all know how hard you guys are working on fixing Nightmarehost's fuck up. Thankfully this new host seems to be so much better and faster. Just get it running when you can. People will understand. If they don't, well...... go cry to your mumma's, then, eat a few spoonfuls of cement and HTFU.


P.S. Love the new custom title :p

#55 emmaabreu2011

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 04:03 AM

Now working on getting subversion (SVN) online -- that's the thing we use as programmers to submit our code to the program manager. Once SVN is online, we can begin serving the program manager content again. :p But it may take a day or two. :(

Very sorry for more delay. We pretty much have to reinstall all of these applications we used to have. :/ Also, with new webserver software (lighttpd instead of nginx), there's a learning curve to it.


continue the hard work you are just amazing :D

#56 Bandicoot

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 04:35 AM

Now working on getting subversion (SVN) online -- that's the thing we use as programmers to submit our code to the program manager. Once SVN is online, we can begin serving the program manager content again. :p But it may take a day or two. :(

Very sorry for more delay. We pretty much have to reinstall all of these applications we used to have. :/ Also, with new webserver software (lighttpd instead of nginx), there's a learning curve to it.


we're behind you 100% of the way (except for eating and pooping of course :) )
But keep up the hard work and soon PM will be back and your hero status will be pushed even higher..

(ignore the noobs constantly asking in the status feed :S)

#57 DoNotAnnoyMe

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 04:38 AM

Now working on getting subversion (SVN) online -- that's the thing we use as programmers to submit our code to the program manager. Once SVN is online, we can begin serving the program manager content again. :p But it may take a day or two. :(


good luck, moving svn repos is a real pain :/ especially if you want to do it properly as to not lose the history :o

#58 Turnip

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 10:51 AM

Oh good lord

Does no one read anything anymore?



Pffft, reading?! Who does that nowadays? :p

#59 RedRaz0r

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 11:05 AM

This bitch is speedy!


That's exactly what I was thinking haha

#60 ShadowLink64

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 11:29 AM

good luck, moving svn repos is a real pain :/ especially if you want to do it properly as to not lose the history :o

You're telling me. I accidently deleted it all yesterday, so we need to restore from backups. -_-

#61 Sweeney

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 11:32 AM

You're telling me. I accidently deleted it all yesterday, so we need to restore from backups. -_-

So.
How're you enjoying retirement so far? ^_^

#62 artificial

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 12:12 PM

good luck, moving svn repos is a real pain :/ especially if you want to do it properly as to not lose the history :o


Tis why you should move to a decentralised VCS :rolleyes:

#63 ShadowLink64

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 12:49 PM

Two pieces of good news:

- Dreamhost can restore SVN so we get our commit history back.
- They just enabled 64-bit support on small instances, so that removes hours of work on our part to rebuild everything as 32-bit.

I can't do anything until Hydro does a few things in the amazon panel, so yah. *takes a break*

#64 namida

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 01:02 PM

Will paying members be compensated for the week or so the site has been down?


What a far out concept Posted Image...where I live all the companies usually don't compensate clients/users anything ...on the contrary they tax u extra if you're late paying the bill :))

I suppose you're from the US or some other "civilized" country :p

#65 iargue

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 02:01 PM

Now working on getting subversion (SVN) online -- that's the thing we use as programmers to submit our code to the program manager. Once SVN is online, we can begin serving the program manager content again. :p But it may take a day or two. :(

Very sorry for more delay. We pretty much have to reinstall all of these applications we used to have. :/ Also, with new webserver software (lighttpd instead of nginx), there's a learning curve to it.



What?

Why?

Nginx is sexy as fuck....

And there goes the case study I was going to post (I'll post it anyways) on what setup you guys should use (If you hadn't been changing things for like 3 weeks now, I might be able to convince you, but at this point, I think your like, f that)

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 04:09 PM

What a far out concept Posted Image...where I live all the companies usually don't compensate clients/users anything ...on the contrary they tax u extra if you're late paying the bill :))

I suppose you're from the US or some other "civilized" country :p

Companies do that here too. The bad ones :p. If the company isn't courteous enough to compensate you when you weren't able to use their service for some reason outside of your control, then you shouldn't be required to pay late fees when you weren't able to pay for some reason outside of your control ;).

What?

Why?

Nginx is sexy as fuck....

And there goes the case study I was going to post (I'll post it anyways) on what setup you guys should use (If you hadn't been changing things for like 3 weeks now, I might be able to convince you, but at this point, I think your like, f that)

Nginx is quite cool, indeed. What qualities do you like about it over lighttpd?

#67 iargue

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 04:29 PM

Nginx is quite cool, indeed. What qualities do you like about it over lighttpd?


I've never used lighttpd so I can't say which is better to be honest.

http://www.neocodex....nx-php-fpm-apc/

But I can tell you one thing. Nginx + php-fpm + apc is fast as fuck. Even if your using lighthttpd I would suggest you switch to php-fpm and use apc (If possible) You'll be able to handle so much more!

#68 ShadowLink64

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 04:39 PM

I've never used lighttpd so I can't say which is better to be honest.

http://www.neocodex....nx-php-fpm-apc/

But I can tell you one thing. Nginx + php-fpm + apc is fast as fuck. Even if your using lighthttpd I would suggest you switch to php-fpm and use apc (If possible) You'll be able to handle so much more!

We are using apc. As for php-fpm, we're not seeing any issues with 502 errors using php-fcgi like we did with nginx on Dreamhost, so I think we'll be fine.

Lighttpd is probably a little worse than nginx as far as performance goes, but it came pre-packaged for us so we just went with it. CGI support is also known to be better for lighty than with nginx.

#69 iargue

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 04:45 PM

We are using apc. As for php-fpm, we're not seeing any issues with 502 errors using php-fcgi like we did with nginx on Dreamhost, so I think we'll be fine.

Lighttpd is probably a little worse than nginx as far as performance goes, but it came pre-packaged for us so we just went with it. CGI support is also known to be better for lighty than with nginx.


The biggest issue with cgi is that when using apc you have a different memory cache for each child. Thats why it used over 100mb more ram then php-fpm did at the end. Its probably not such a big deal if your using apc, but it does cut down on resources :p

#70 ShadowLink64

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 04:48 PM

The biggest issue with cgi is that when using apc you have a different memory cache for each child. Thats why it used over 100mb more ram then php-fpm did at the end. Its probably not such a big deal if your using apc, but it does cut down on resources :p

Yeah, it probably does. Luckily with the set up we have right now, RAM won't be much of an issue. :p

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 04:50 PM

Pffft, reading?! Who does that nowadays? :p


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I have no idea what any of this techie stuff means so I'll just continue posting amusing and somewhat relevant gifs

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Edited by Stitches, 08 March 2012 - 04:52 PM.


#72 Waser Lave

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 04:51 PM

Yeah, it probably does. Luckily with the set up we have right now, RAM won't be much of an issue. :p


Are we still on the large instance?

#73 iargue

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 04:53 PM

Yeah, it probably does. Luckily with the set up we have right now, RAM won't be much of an issue. :p



Is the mysql server finally on the same server? That's the entire reason for the 502 errors nginx gave you :p

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 08:14 PM

iargue implying he's a sysadmin :rolleyes:

#75 ShadowLink64

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 10:14 PM

Are we still on the large instance?

Yes, but they added 64-bit support to the small instance, so the move will be pretty seamless I hope.

Abrosia should be working now, albeit with old data. ItemsDB updating still down, but we should be getting some fresh data to the programs soon.


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