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RE: [TSVN] Hosting

From: Lübbe Onken <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2005-05-18 08:55:06 CEST

Hi Steve,

> What I'm also worried about: if we move everything 'visible' away from
> tigris.org - that's not very fair. They provide good service for us.
> Just 'using' them doesn't feel right.

That's about the only reason I can agree on.

> A CMS just to display static pages??? I hope you can see
> where I'm going here.

Oh my goodness. What's our FAQ? It's a CMS.
> > What's so scary about 'a complete CMS'? If I run 'du -s' on both
> > installations, the CMS needs less diskspace than our
> current FAQ tool.
> > It's smaller than the FAQ -> it must be easier ;-)
> If something goes wrong, I won't be able to fix it. Static pages
> aren't a problem, I could easily upload them again.

/Sarcasm on
Back to the 20th century...
/Sarcasm off

> But if something
> with the db is wrong, I'm comletely lost. And if that happens on a
> weekend, you're not around.

If something is really wrong with the servers, neither you or I would be
able to do anything. Restoring the CMS are a maximum of three steps:

If the Web Content is lost:
1) unzip the CMS ditribution (400K) into our htdocs directory
2) copy the backup of the config file into the config directory

If the db content is lost:
1) mysql load databasecontent.sql

> And while you're at it, please check the issuetracker for tasks you
> already completed (assign them to you, edit them and maybe even close
> them).


- Lübbe

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