[Scummvm-devel] About announcing backend changes & build machine

Filippos K philipk79 at hotmail.com
Mon Jan 7 09:07:22 CET 2008


Server looks ok to me, apart from the memory which seems to be too little for compiling (512MB? eek...). How is that extra 512MB of RAM allocated dynamically to the machine?
 
As for Plesk itself, I've administered a box running Plesk 2 years ago and it was a total nightmare. It ONLY worked with MySQL 3.x back then, the previous administrator had forcibly updated it to MySQL 4 and that broke half of Plesk's features (e.g. it couldn't be updated). I had to use a custom MySQL build to have everything working again... in any case, it seems they've fixed that nowadays. However, their support back then was terrible, had to search through forums to get a reply to my problem. I sincerely hope they've improved in that aspect as well after 2 years...
 
Cheers
Filippos



> From: max at quendi.de> Date: Sun, 6 Jan 2008 23:42:01 +0100> To: scummvm-devel at lists.sourceforge.net> CC: cmatsuoka at users.sourceforge.net> Subject: Re: [Scummvm-devel] About announcing backend changes & build machine> > Hi folks,> > so right now I am considering ordering this system: <http:// > www.hosteurope.de/produkt/VPS-Linux-XL>. Even though the page is in > german, you should be able to make out the basic tech details. The > price is 20 Euros / month, which I believe to be a good price for > what they offer.> > The advantage of going with a VPS at HE: We know them, we know they > are ultra reliable, the service is good (24/7 phone & email service > for real -- I tested it), and with a VPS, they will install security > updates etc. for us.> > But we don't want (at least at this time) move the forum/wiki over to > that server, since while we would save money, we'd also make the fate > of the forums/wiki depend on that of the build server (when it > crashes/gets overloaded, is attacked by crackers, etc.).> > Any thoughts on that? Do the system specs look reasonable? Does Ubuntu > +Plesk look like a reasonable environment, or would somebody here > *who would then also be willing to help maintain the system* much > prefer Debian or SuSE?> > My plan would be to setup one/some of the continuous build softwares > on my own system for testing, to see how they work / which to use > etc.. If anybody has any experience with any of them, please let me > know.> > > Cheers,> Max> > -------------------------------------------------------------------------> This SF.net email is sponsored by: Microsoft> Defy all challenges. Microsoft(R) Visual Studio 2005.> http://clk.atdmt.com/MRT/go/vse0120000070mrt/direct/01/> _______________________________________________> Scummvm-devel mailing list> Scummvm-devel at lists.sourceforge.net> https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/scummvm-devel
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