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  • Tracy -

    Replied to the thread Info Site script change.

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    Actually after some consideration, I'm looking at bringing the site offline on 07/01/2017. I've kind of lost interest in running forums and want to start pursuing some other hobbies. I'll be moving one of my sites over to a VPS around the first of July…
  • Tracy -

    Replied to the thread Netbook Linux Mint on an Asus Eee PC.

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    Well, first thing I notice is it definitely appears slower to log in (and for the keyboard to respond at the login screen) when first booted.
  • Tracy -

    Posted the thread Info Site script change.

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    I'm giving serious consideration to changing the site from it's current script of Wotlab Burning Board over to IPS when the 4.2 release finally is done. We will lose a couple of features of the current site, but nothing that should be earth shattering. …
  • Tracy -

    Posted the thread Netbook Linux Mint on an Asus Eee PC.

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    I've got an old Asus Eee PC (Atom processor and a 128GB SSD init) that I use to play with the different distributions of Linux on. I'm finally getting around to wiping the Ubuntu 16.04 LTS I had been running and am giving Linux Mint a try on it as a…
  • Newton -

    Replied to the thread Question Comparison Between Ubuntu 16.04, CentOS 6.9 and CentOS 7.3.

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    Wow the man himself is here! Thanks @eva2000 for dropping by and giving your insight. Now I understand the reason why the loadimpact tests have huge disparity with each other. Without counting the loadimpact tests, it looks like CentOS 7 + CMM setup…
  • Tracy -

    Replied to the thread Libmemcached?.

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    Quote from cloferba: “Would be too much to ask for installation instructions? ” Are you talking about enabling the Remi repo? If so, on CentOS 6 it's simply doing wget http://rpms.famillecollet.com/enterprise/remi-release-6.rpm sudo rpm -Uvh
  • cloferba -

    Replied to the thread Libmemcached?.

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    Quote from Tracy: “Quote from cloferba: “which is the best way to install memcached so? ” Most times I use the Remi repo for my stuff. In fact, I'm pretty sure that @eva2000 uses Remi for his CentMin Mod fairly extensively. ” Would be too much to ask…
  • Tracy -

    Replied to the thread Libmemcached?.

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    Quote from cloferba: “which is the best way to install memcached so? ” Most times I use the Remi repo for my stuff. In fact, I'm pretty sure that @eva2000 uses Remi for his CentMin Mod fairly extensively.
  • cloferba -

    Replied to the thread Libmemcached?.

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    Thanks for the explanation. I was going to install memcached and then libmemcached but I'm a bit lost since there are many ways to install memcached and I can't understand which is the better way: 1 My sysadmin way: Shell-Script (26 lines)2d way:
  • cloferba -

    Liked Tracy’s post in the thread Libmemcached?.

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    Libmemcached is written in C/C++ and is designed to be lightweight and fully compatible with Memcached service itself. It's normally considered to be faster than the older PHP PECL's (memcache & memcached). It's pretty much what I use when the option is…
  • CarpCharacin -

    Replied to the thread howdy !.

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    Welcome @eva2000 :)
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  • eva2000 -

    Replied to the thread Question Comparison Between Ubuntu 16.04, CentOS 6.9 and CentOS 7.3.

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    partly will be to do linux kernel for centos 6 2.6.x vs centos 7 3.10.x hence why you might find centos 7 with 3.10 closer to debian :) why i like linode and 4.9.x kernels :)
  • Tracy -

    Liked eva2000’s post in the thread Question Comparison Between Ubuntu 16.04, CentOS 6.9 and CentOS 7.3.

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    @Newton reason for difference is loadimpact randomly tests and changes their test server location - you can check on results page hit progress + button to expand the geographic maps so easyengine was tested against their singapore server so close and…
  • Tracy -

    Liked eva2000’s post in the thread Question Comparison Between Ubuntu 16.04, CentOS 6.9 and CentOS 7.3.

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    yay - easyengine singapore > singapore - centos6 palo alto > singapore - centos7 sydney > singapore servinglinux.com/attachment/66…3b24baccc61cf3aa93c086014 servinglinux.com/attachment/64…3b24baccc61cf3aa93c086014
  • Tracy -

    Replied to the thread Question Comparison Between Ubuntu 16.04, CentOS 6.9 and CentOS 7.3.

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    Quote from eva2000: “so easyengine was tested against their singapore server so close and low latency within same country ” I found when I was running Debian on the servers it was a little more responsive than CentOS was on the same hardware. …
  • eva2000 -

    Liked Tracy’s post in the thread howdy !.

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    What! I actually have some Google searches that lead here.? 8) I've got to fire the machines up here at the house to start playing more with the different OS's. Been busy with several other life related items and have slacked off somewhat on the computer…
  • eva2000 -

    Replied to the thread Question Comparison Between Ubuntu 16.04, CentOS 6.9 and CentOS 7.3.

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    yay - easyengine singapore > singapore - centos6 palo alto > singapore - centos7 sydney > singapore servinglinux.com/attachment/66…3b24baccc61cf3aa93c086014 servinglinux.com/attachment/64…3b24baccc61cf3aa93c086014
  • eva2000 -

    Liked Tracy’s post in the thread Question Comparison Between Ubuntu 16.04, CentOS 6.9 and CentOS 7.3.

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    Quote from eva2000: “hmmm @Tracy no attachment uploading support ? ” It may be a permission issue with WBB. Everyone should have attachment permissions. Does it not show available in the bottom adjacent to Smilies? I'll double check again and see if…
  • Tracy -

    Replied to the thread Question Comparison Between Ubuntu 16.04, CentOS 6.9 and CentOS 7.3.

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    Quote from eva2000: “hmmm @Tracy no attachment uploading support ? ” It may be a permission issue with WBB. Everyone should have attachment permissions. Does it not show available in the bottom adjacent to Smilies? I'll double check again and see if…