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#181 2020-02-18 16:12:29

gaekwad
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Re: Textpattern CMS demo site

Updated: now compiling PHP 7.4.3 for the beta & dev demo sites.

Demo server tech stack (current as of post timestamp):

Site HTTP Database PHP
Release Demo Nginx 1.17.8 Percona Server 8.0 PHP 7.3.15 (using PHP-FPM)
Beta Demo Nginx 1.17.8 Percona Server 8.0 PHP 7.4.3 (using PHP-FPM)
Dev Demo Nginx 1.17.8 Percona Server 8.0 PHP 7.4.3 (using PHP-FPM)

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#182 2020-02-18 16:24:22

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Re: Textpattern CMS demo site

colak wrote #321746:

That would be good as we have some issues with it. Once you do install it, could you confirm that the problem is also manifesting over at your end? Maybe by allowing the proper permissions for a few minutes in the images directory in your server.

I’ll check on this now – I will report back.

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#183 2020-02-25 07:57:34

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Re: Textpattern CMS demo site

All demo sites now running on PHP 7.4.

Demo server tech stack (current as of post timestamp):

Site HTTP Database PHP
Release Demo Nginx 1.17.8 Percona Server 8.0 PHP 7.4.3 (using PHP-FPM)
Beta Demo Nginx 1.17.8 Percona Server 8.0 PHP 7.4.3 (using PHP-FPM)
Dev Demo Nginx 1.17.8 Percona Server 8.0 PHP 7.4.3 (using PHP-FPM)

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#184 2020-02-25 08:47:32

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Re: Textpattern CMS demo site

Out of curiosity – is the DB running in legacy password mode or the strong encryption option (which is the default I think?)


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#185 2020-02-25 08:58:14

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Re: Textpattern CMS demo site

phiw13 wrote #321884:

Out of curiosity – is the DB running in legacy password mode or the strong encryption option (which is the default I think?)

Great question. I cannot answer right now. I will check and report back.

Edit: according to my notes, I’m using mysql_native_password, not the legacy password stuff.

CREATE USER 'databaseuser'@'127.0.0.1' IDENTIFIED WITH mysql_native_password BY 'plaintextpassword';

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#186 2020-02-25 09:43:01

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Re: Textpattern CMS demo site

Thanks. I follow up if you don’t mind. A legacy TXP site / DB – already running on 4.8 – can run with a native password SQL 8 install ?

Reason I ask, I’m thinking to rebuild my MBA completely, and was wondering; currently it runs mySQL 8 in legacy mode; should I install it with native password support ?


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#187 2020-02-25 09:48:06

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Re: Textpattern CMS demo site

phiw13 wrote #321887:

Thanks. I follow up if you don’t mind. A legacy TXP site / DB – already running on 4.8 – can run with a native password SQL 8 install ?

Reason I ask, I’m thinking to rebuild my MBA completely, and was wondering; currently it runs mySQL 8 in legacy mode; should I install it with native password support ?

Another great question. Another I cannot answer presently. I tend to be quite fatalist with demo servers, if they go wrong I just build a new one from scratch. Rightly or not, my servers have components that are modular and easily moveable. Given you have a macOS environment, have you considered VirtualBox or similar to host a Linux/UNIX web server so you’re sandboxed?

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#188 2020-02-25 11:31:05

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Re: Textpattern CMS demo site

gaekwad wrote #321888:

Another great question. Another I cannot answer presently. I tend to be quite fatalist with demo servers, if they go wrong I just build a new one from scratch. Rightly or not, my servers have components that are modular and easily moveable. Given you have a macOS environment, have you considered VirtualBox or similar to host a Linux/UNIX web server so you’re sandboxed?

Thanks again. On the MBA, it is more like a playground / test environment or occasional demo device, nothing really serious. and if a site blows up, we’ll start again. I’m mostly concerned with portability of older sites I like to use for testing. The less unserious work is done on the iMac with a mySQL 5.7 install, ‘cuz that is what all live servers are using.


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#189 2020-03-03 16:07:38

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Re: Textpattern CMS demo site

All demo sites now running on Nginx 1.17.9.

Demo server tech stack (current as of post timestamp):

Site HTTP Database PHP
Release Demo Nginx 1.17.9 Percona Server 8.0 PHP 7.4.3 (using PHP-FPM)
Beta Demo Nginx 1.17.9 Percona Server 8.0 PHP 7.4.3 (using PHP-FPM)
Dev Demo Nginx 1.17.9 Percona Server 8.0 PHP 7.4.3 (using PHP-FPM)

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#190 2020-03-17 11:12:55

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Re: Textpattern CMS demo site

All demo sites now running on PHP 7.4.4.

Demo server tech stack (current as of post timestamp):

Site HTTP Database PHP
Release Demo Nginx 1.17.9 Percona Server 8.0 PHP 7.4.4 (using PHP-FPM)
Beta Demo Nginx 1.17.9 Percona Server 8.0 PHP 7.4.4 (using PHP-FPM)
Dev Demo Nginx 1.17.9 Percona Server 8.0 PHP 7.4.4 (using PHP-FPM)

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