Wiki is sick...
glenn.steen at gmail.com
Wed Aug 16 21:12:38 IST 2006
On 16/08/06, Julian Field <mailscanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk> wrote:
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> > On Wed, 16 Aug 2006, Glenn Steen wrote:
> >> On 16/08/06, Michele Neylon :: Blacknight Solutions
> >> <michele at blacknight.ie> wrote:
> >>> Julian Field wrote:
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> >>> > We have just had to tighten up our web server in response to an
> >>> > attempted hack last week. I'm working on this one...
> >>> Maybe it would be time to move to a nicer wiki system ? :)
> >>> Michele - who has always hated Julian's choice of wiki software
> >> And go through the conversion process again, just for the fun of it?
> >> Sure, it should be relatively trivial to script for most tags,
> >> but..... :-)
> >> Count my vote against switching away from DW;)
> > my vote is for anything that works faster, its painfull waiting as long
> > as we do, and its always been that way, I recall 386's responding faster
> We have been having major load problems on our web servers recently. We
> are about to split them out into clusters so performance should improve.
> For a world-leading department, our web service is pretty crap at the
> Many thanks for Blacknight Solutions (www.blacknightsolutions.com) and
> Michele for hosting www.mailscanner.info along with all my other
> domains, except for wiki.mailscanner.info.
> If any Docuwiki experts out there want to tell me how to move the entire
> wiki and all its contents onto a new server, please let me know!
Ehm, tar it up on source, untar it on destination. More or less. You
could remove the caches, if you'd like to reduce the sice of the
tarball, but it isn't necessary. When you have it in place on the new
server, point your browser to it and do a "<url>/doku.php?do=check" to
see any problems. Should work without remake.
Note that this "magic" is why one shouldn't use external links to
internal stuff in a DW. Internal links are so much cleaner:)
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