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  1. The faulty php5ts.dll module warning will no go away. Here are two things that will certainly keep your apache running even when the php5ts.dll address violation won't go away: 1- Open you apache config file (./core/apache2/conf/httpd.conf) and add the following lines in there somewhere: AcceptFilter http noneAcceptFilter https noneEnableSendfile OffEnableMMAP off You can put them before your modules list if you need a reference. Open Uniserver Server Console and type ' httpd_z -t ' to test configuration before restarting apache. If everything looks good, go ahead an give the service a restart. 2- Copy the php5ts.dll from the active PHP folder into %SystemRoot%\system32 folder. I've been serving @6GB worth of daily data with Uniserver in production on a Server 2008R2 rock solid for the most part. #1 Did the trick for me.
  2. Hi Mike, I think you are either confusing yourself here or you are mixing up things in a not so productive way. If you are talking about Web PI as in Microsoft Web Platform, you do not need to use Microsoft Web Platform for anything if you are running UniServer. Simply download Wordpress from their website, extract it to the location where it will be running in your UniServer and browse to it to start setting it up.
  3. Just wanted to share with you guys that Coral 8.7.2 is broken under Server 2008 R2. The service installs but it fails to start. I have solved the problem by running nssm. It runs the .vbs as a service and that works for me UniServer keeps getting better and better. I luv it!
  4. I haven't had time to play much with it myself but as soon as I install nginx add-on it gives me all kinds of problems starting unitry. I really wanted to put nginx in front of apache in Uniserver.
  5. Me neither, honestly. I have used NextGen gallery with UniServer just fine. Would you like to give my package a try and see if it works for you? http://unlockforus.com/download/3/
  6. Check your NTFS permission and make sure NextGen gallery uploaded images have read-write permission. If permissions are properly set then check the your wordpress install paths and NextGen path as well.
  7. Note this is for PHP-TS (Thread Safe)... tested working with 5.3.10 eaccelerator.zip
  8. eAccelerator Give me about an hour and i will give you a download link.
  9. You should be certainly joking right? To me you pretty much look like a spammer. If you don't know how much to donate that means you have no intention to donate whatsoever. A donation is not subject to a required minimum quote... Perhaps you have so much money and that's why you get confused? I say donate $1000 or $1 (preferably $1000) since you don't really know how much to donate to help with the project.
  10. Supposedly this is an IP from Delafield, WI, US. I've seen the same script ran against my server. I've banned the IP from accessing my servers. You should be fine though... They are looking for phpmyadmin that's why you always want to keep it inaccessible from the outside. You can VPN into your network and work in phpmyadmin if necessary or just work with it locally. Get used to it. These scripts are more common than what you may think. Even though you certainly want to block repeated offenders if possible.
  11. I have ran Coral 8.0 x32 in Server 2008R2 just fine. There was a post not long ago about issues concerning UniServer package in Windows 7. Bob advised to run 8.1.2... See it here: http://forum.uniformserver.com/index.php?showtopic=2558 As for production I have made a custom package for MADLAX (See it here: http://forum.uniformserver.com/index.php?showtopic=2548) which is what I've been running myself. You may want to give it a try since it packages some good features and it is been rock solid in my environment. apache 2.2.21 mod_security suhosin PHP Protection PHP 5.3.10 NTS FastCGI eAcelerator, APC wincache (enabled by default and performs at least twice faster than APC and 40% faster than eAccelerator in my own tests) Maybe it works for you. Hope it does.
  12. It could be a welcome extra... Alternatively, I use ProcessExplorer to change processes priority. Of course it could be a hassle for development since changing process priority every time your you restart a service is not really practical. In a production environment I don't see it as a big deal though.
  13. The package (as it is right now) uses about 90MB RAM or so and performs quite nice.
  14. That means DNS is resolving properly to your dynamic IP with your No-IP service. This hints to believe the test was performed on the same machine your webserver is installed... which is running properly. I'll assume you tested it by browsing from a different computer other than your UniServer "server" which tells me that your webserver is up and running... Good. Then I can only think of your firewall blocking your webserver and not an .htaccess file in www or www/yoursite/ configured not to allow external connections because your server will respond with Forbidden 404 error and you mentioned earlier that there is no connection whatsoever. Hints: Firewall / Port Forwarding Try the following: Even when you mentioned you turned off Windows Firewall I would like you to add an exception rule... Add Uniserver/usr/local/apache2/bin/httpd1.exe to your firewall exception list (make sure you enable Home/Work and Public access) Let us know
  15. Do you have the No-IP client installed in your UniServer machine? is it configured in the router? How it that working on your end? Get on any machine in your network and ping your domain name... it should resolve to your external IP even when your webserver is not running/accessible. command prompt: >ping yourdomain.com pinging yourdomain.com [xx.xx.xx.xx] It has to resolve to your external IP regardless because that's DNS resolving and not your UniServer installation... Browse locally to http://xx.xx.xx.xx/yourdomain.com/ and you should hit your uniserver website (xx.xx.xx.xx is the local IP of your webserver host e.g This will clear up if the issue is with your UniServer or DNS not resolving for other reasons...
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