A spreadsheet application for colaboration.
It’s running inside a Dcoker container and uses:
Redis + Node.js + WebWorker-Threads
The Docker image is public and more information can be found here.
Introduction to Docker and Running on AWS.
Docker. What is it and how to run and use it with AWS.
I believe you will find this new tool from the creator of Vagrant very usefull: Packer.
Open Source Guilt & Passion by Nick of Basecamp.
How to keep your open source passion while contributing.
Today I needed to change some tables’ structures using phpMyAdmin.
To my surprise not long after I clicked Go to execute the queries, many errors started comming from nginx and php.
So I started looking around about any timeout settings I can use in nginx and php5-fpm and the final working result is this (I choose a timeout of 600 seconds):
max_execution_time = 600
request_terminate_timeout = 600
in nginx conf of my site inside the *.php location settings:
reload/restart your php and nginx servers for the new changes to take effect and you are ready. Test it by executing some queries that you know will take more time than usual.
Here’s a good source and more settings and information.
If you’re going to change the nginx and php settings of the servers running inside Docker containers you better use this syntax:
Or your container may be automatically stopped after the restart is executes as the restart command is just short for: stop->start.
if you’re using phpMyadmin behind Cloudflare, check their thoughts about that: https://support.cloudflare.com/hc/en-us/articles/200171926-Error-524
Check all of the settings and the specific plugin you should install and configure for better and sure email sending:
You should always set the correct time zone in your app. However if you want the server’s time to be your time, you can use the following command to reconfigure it:
sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdata
More information with images.