Today, I upgraded about 5 sites through Dreamhost One-Click installation facility. It is simply to me to upgrade them. I click upgrade, and sit to wait the confirm email. Only do something when I get the confirmation of finish upgrading. No hands wet. No uploading, downloading. The program I used through Dreamhost One-Click installation are
Last weekend, the server which I put my Blog on, is upgraded based on the Dreamhost schedule. The new server is 64bit, and Linux is 64bit too. SO I have to rebuild my customized PHP on it, and doing a lot of extension upgrade too. Later I found I can not add new database and
You may find my blog is not available this morning. It is happened because of the file server error of Dreamhost. It is fixed after two or three hours site down. I hope Dreamhost can make their service more reliable. Then I can trust them more and move my commercial site on it. OK. It
Now PHP 5.2.3 is installed on Dreamhost. If you don’t know how to do it, just refer to my previous post, Install customized PHP5 on Dreamhost. Let us see how to add Zend Optimizer support on your own PHP installation. 1) Go to Zend official site. http://www.zend.com/ 2) Find and download the Zend Optimizer 3.3.
Install a customized PHP5 on Dreamhost can help you to make php work better and work more. That means you can add more extension on it. Let’s go to the details of installation. Install/Compile PHP 5 1) Copy the PHP5_installscript (see the last portion of this post) into a text editor and replace YOUR DOMAIN
I have a script file used in cron jobs. I create and edit this file on Windows 2000. The editor is UltraEdit. When I finished editing, I upload the file to Dreamhost by FTP. I tried to use it through SSH command. It failed with following error notes.
I have two news, one good, one bad. The bad news is Dreamhost has no PEAR default. The good news is we can install it by ourselves. Let us go through the steps of install PEAR on Dreamhost. 1) SSH to Dreamhost. 2) Enter the command
This blog has some error last week. Some pages were not build correctly. I diagnosed it and found the template was broken. A bunch of codes were missing. I want to find the backup of MySQL database. Go to Dreamhost Web Panel > Goodies > Manage MySQL Next to the database name, there are four
When I add a new domain on the control panel of Dreamhost, Google’s logo catch my eyeball. Now users can Set up calendar.domain.com, docs.domain.com, sites.domain.com, and start.domain.com, free with Google. And use Gmail as email provider. And the last is Google Page Creator for hosting. All free. If you want better email service, not he
I mentioned that I have the error or warning of the Joomla! 1.5.2 on Dreamhost. Now I know what happened. My previous upgrade steps are: 1) Upgrade the Joomla! 1.5.1 through Dreamhost one-click installation. 2) Manually upgrade it to 1.5.2. So problem comes. I use this way to upgrade Joomla! 1.5.2 without problems. 1) Restore