Posted 23 February 2008 - 01:00 PM
I have just published three mini servers either is portable or may be run as a service. In reality there are six versions as follows (portable and service):
Apache 2.2.8 - (compressed 569KB uncompressed 1.77MB)
Apache 2.2.2 PHP 5.2.5 (compressed 2.52MB uncompressed 8.12MB)
Apache 2.2.2 Perl 5.10 (compressed 1.08MB uncompressed 3.57MB)
For each server I have included working demo code and or single page web site and a PHP guest book on the PHP server, I personally find it far easier to hack working code.
If you are interested in the above check out UniCenter and no I am not into car sales!
Olajide many thanks for the disk space and bandwidth; I have great admiration for the code that makes these mini servers portable (ripped from Uniform Server 3.5-Apollo).
I would be interest in any feedback from new users to find out if these mini servers are useful in anyway.
All the best
Posted 20 July 2008 - 03:54 PM
UC Server 1a Portable (Download 456KB Uncompressed 1.03MB) Apache 2.2.9
UC Server 1b Service (Download 404KB Uncompressed 904KB) Apache 2.2.9
UC Server 1c Portable (Download 472KB Uncompressed 1.24MB) Apache 2.2.9 - Includes htaccess, authentication and mod-rewrite
UC Server 1d - SSL Portable (Download 1M Uncompressed 2.99MB)Apache 2.2.9 - As server 1c with added protection of SSL
UC Server 1d - SSL Standalone Portable (Download 0.99M Uncompressed 2.95MB) Apache 2.2.9 - As server 1d SSL Standalone no main server on port 80
UC Server 2a Portable (Download 2.03MB Uncompressed 6.07MB) Apache 2.2.9 PHP 5.2.6 - Includes Guest Book
UC Server 2b Service (Download 2.28MB Uncompressed 7.03MB) Apache 2.2.9 PHP 5.2.6 - Includes Guest Book
UC Server 3a Portable (Download 960KB Uncompressed 2.67MB) Apache 2.2.9 Perl 5.10
UC Server 3b Service (Download 1.07MB Uncompressed 3.51MB) Apache 2.2.9 Perl 5.10
Main intro page:
All the best
Posted 17 August 2008 - 04:35 PM
Advantage of the above modifications you can now run all mini servers alongside Uniform Server 3.5-Apollo. In addition they are multiple servers, meaning you can run them all at the same time!!
Mini server overview:
Server 1 Portable (451KB/1MB) Apache 2.2.9 Port 8081
Server 2 Service (402KB/821KB) Apache 2.2.9 Port 8082
Server 3 Portable (475KB/1.17MB) Apache 2.2.9 Port 8083 Includes htaccess, authentication and mod-rewrite
Server 4 Portable (1MB/2.89MB) Apache 2.2.9 Port 8084/444 As server 3 with added protection of SSL
Server 5 Portable (1MB/2.87MB) Apache 2.2.9Port 8085 As server 4 SSL Standalone no main server on port 8084
Server 6 Portable (2.02MB/5.87MB) Apache 2.2.9 PHP 5.2.6 Port 8086 Includes Guest Book
Server 7 Service (2.27MB/6.59MB) Apache 2.2.9 PHP 5.2.6 Port 8087 Includes Guest Book
Server 8 Portable (2.47MB/7.93MB) Apache 2.2.9 PHP 5.2.6 Port 8088 Includes GBook, PHP Mini SQL Admin and MySQL support enabled.
Server 9 Portable (953KB/2.54MB) Apache 2.2.9 Perl 5.10 Port 8089
Server 10 Service (904MB/2.36MB) Apache 2.2.9 Perl 5.10 Port 8090
Server 11 Portable (1.85MB/10.2MB) Port 3311 MySQL 5.0.51b Server
Server 12 Service (1.85MB/10.2MB) Port 3312 MySQL 5.0.51b Server
Server 13 Portable (1.46MB/6.38MB) Port 3313 MySQL 4.1.22 Server
Server 14 Service (1.46MB/6.37MB) Port 3314 MySQL 4.1.22 Server
Note: You can use Uniform Serverís built in phpMyAdmin to administer all mini MySQL servers, for details see Wiki. Worthy of note for its encrypted passwords and data is Server 5 making it a very secure personal server. Browsers dislike self-signed certificates this is covered in detail on the Wiki.
Posted 23 August 2008 - 11:56 AM
Server 15 Portable (1.46MB/6.37MB) Port 8095/3315 MediaWiki 1.12.0
Server 16 Portable (1.46MB/6.37MB) Port 8096/3316 WordPress 2.6.1
Server 17 Portable (1.46MB/6.37MB) Port 8097/3317 phpBB-3.0.2
Server 18 Portable (1.46MB/6.37MB) Port 8098/3318 Joomla 1.5.6
Server 19 Portable (1.46MB/6.37MB) Port 8098/3318 Vcalendar 18.104.22.168
All the best
Posted 24 August 2008 - 03:30 PM
I have seen projects that also created a bazillion of sub branches but went back to maintaining one main branch because people where confused about the mass.
Posted 23 September 2008 - 02:20 PM
Each mini-server is intended to demonstrate a particular aspect of Apache and MySQL hopefully in an easy to understand way. I have tried to remove the wood so you can see the trees. Having the ability to run several servers on a single PC allows you to model certain network configurations, mini-server 20 attempts this using real applications on several mini servers.
I have had to re-publish all the portable mini-servers, they now work on Vista.
I would like to express my sincerest gratitude and thanks to DannyH for devoting a great deal of his personal time in testing; in particular locating the bug, which prevented the mini-servers working on Vista Home Premium.
The mini-servers are not isolated entities eventually I will be moving some tutorials over to the Wiki that use them, just takes time. Trouble is I get site-tracked and look at new material and publish that instead.
All the best
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