Discussion in 'Tips/Tricks/Mods' started by diablo666, Mar 27, 2015.
Ok, i think remove part of code is not a good idea
We had to implement this kind of configuration
@nvidian i've found the problem with mysql on debian 7, changed the name of a function.
Now in development i've added the fix, and added the possibility to setup ISPconfig in expert mode.
So with this script I can use Nginx only and remove the entire Apache?
@RoldanLT yes, you got to start a fresh install of debian wheezy or jessie.
Not use it in system already configured and running with ispconfig.
Just merged and release version 1.0.10 with all last fix and improvments
This script is only for new installations
Good news, @diablo666. I'll wait on your Debian 8 version
Also I found different MariaDB version:
Debian 8 32bit - MariaDB 10
Debian 8 64bit - MariaDB 5.5
The Debian 8 Version is allready in the Script. As default MariaDB 10.0 will be installed, depending on your Arch 32/64 bit
Jessie only have 10.0 Package. See: https://packages.debian.org/search?searchon=sourcenames&keywords=MariaDB
I don't think, that MariaDB is needed on OldStable Wheezy
Was my fault.. Don't change the Debian 7 Wheezy installation, bacause i used since a long time Jessie. appologize for this Bug
Pushed a PR for Debian 8, where xcache and PhpMyAdmin will be optional.
Reasons for this:
* xcache breaks Ioncube
* not everyone will use the PhpMyAdmin Distro Package and will install from Source (like me )
Adding option also for Debian 7
I've just authorized pull, for Debian 8.
After testing on Debian 7, i'll merge in master.
If someone want to test on Debian 7, use develompent branch for now
Ok relased version 1.0.11, you can now choose if you want to install PhPmyadmin andh phpxcache
Sorry for my lack of knowledge, isn't Zend Opcache is better than Xcache or APC ? Also it already integrated in PHP 5.5x or later. I tend to use Zend opcache because it works so well with all my Drupal sites.
For now prefer not to support opcache, wich need lot of compiled software and hard to mantain updated.
I use auto installer on Debian 8 Jessie 32bit, choose nginx, and I found apache still be installed. Later on, it conflicted with nginx as nginx cannot start on port 80. So I disable apache from boot.
About firewall, any chance that you choose csf/lfd over fail2ban ?
This installer should be used only on fresh install systems, and in fresh install systems apache would not be installed.
Fail2ban is not a firewall, and we coutinue support fail2ban because is the default used on ispconfig.
Hi Matteo, if I want to install mail server only , does it work with OpenVZ VPS ? Does mail box quota still supported on OpenVZ ?
The reason I asked this is because I read Readme it said
As i remember, quota won't work on OpenVZ container, but i may be wrong, because i don't use opnevz.
Mailbox quota is a function of dovecot/courier, so this works in any virtualisation enviroment. Website quota works as well in OpenVZ, you just have to enable it in the openvz config of the vm, see openvz wiki for details. /etc/fstab has not to b edited in a openvz enviroment.
@diablo666: When you want to disable the fstab editing for openvz in your script, then seek for /proc/user_beancounters
If this file exists, its an openvz enviroment and you can skip fstab editing.
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