I have set up my Virtual Private Server and uploaded all my site's files to /var/www folder. Before that, there was an old simple 'index.html' file
Code: <html> <head> <title>INDEX</title> </head> <body> <h1>IT WORKS!!!!</h1> </body> </html> and when I typed the address www.mydomain.com it displayed correctly. Then I deleted this html and uploaded my files through FTP and now the browser says :
Code: Warning: Unknown: failed to open stream: Permission denied in Unknown on line 0
Fatal error: Unknown: Failed opening required '/var/www/index.php' (include_path='.:/usr/share/php:/usr/share/pear') in Unknown on line 0
I'm having trouble with horde it is giving me the following error:
Auth_imap: Required IMAP extension not found.
Now I pretty much know why that error is coming up I'm missing the IMAP module. What I don't understand is if it was their before why is it gone now. The last thing I did on the server was upgrade Perl.
I would like to get rid of this error but I'm afraid the only solutions will wipe my current setup. If of course their is a way to fix this error without ruining my current setup that would be a lot more useful
The main thing I want to do is retrieve an address book from the horde server. How would I go about finding where the address book is stored through the command line.
on april 19th, we started a new internet radio station and now 3 months later, we're using up over 250GB of monthly bandwidth and have quite some listeners throughout the day. Therefore we want to have more security for our listeners that our stream stays online. I currently just use WinAMP to broadcast to my shoutcast server and CentovaCast takes care of the rest, but if I don't stream, listeners don't hear music and that's becoming a bigger problem everyday.
So I wondered. Can I buy a Windows dedicated server or VPS, install WinAmp on that machine and use a remote desktop to control and configure our stream, like I now do on my local PC? And does anybody has any experience with that?
We have few dedicated bandwidth servers with a well reputed company. However 10-15% of our customers are complaining about video buffering (windows media live streaming, not recorded). I have asked for their speed test results (To nearest city) and they all seems well above 4Mbps and our videos are at 500kbps max.
We have enabled features like fast cache, fast buffer, and wireless corrections from Windows media Services 2003. However, nothing seems to fix the issue.
1. Do you guys have similar experience with streaming? If so what have you done to fix it? Is there any special settings in Windows media Services 2003 that i should be worried about?
I have installed Apache 2.4.3, and PHP 5.4.5 64-bit, and I have installed PostgreSQL 9.2 64-bits under my new system windows 7 64 bits. Apache and PHP could work nicely, and PostgreSQL run fine too. However, PHP couldn't access the PostgreSQL. pg_connect(), and followed by echo select version(), didn't give any error. When PostgreSQL module was not loaded (because my php dir was d:php, but inside httpd.conf i type D:/PHP), I got message saying something like "undefined pg_connect()." I fixed it, but select version() or any other echo after pg_connect() didn't give any output.
I am putting this thread to take other people advise and to advise them about my bad experience with rsync. Lucky, I was able to get my data back through the old drive
Three times a day, I take mysqldump and then rsync that mysql dump to a drive located in a different state.
Everything was working fine..The rsync was transferring data daily and updating the backup on other server. Few days ago, there was a hard drive failure on my server and then i checked in my backup drive for mysql dump...It was 764 bytes instead of 5 Gb...
Then i went to my other server where I rsync, to my surprise that was also 764 bytes from 5 Gb as it synced the both database..
My backup strategy failed and would be in tears if I couldn't grap data from failed drive
I would like to hear everyone views on this and learn from it