Jump to content

  • You cannot start a new topic
  • You cannot reply to this topic

General Questions About Server Management Rate Topic   - - - - -

 
  • gleb.goncharov
  • CS-Cart Expert
  • Authorized Reseller
  • Join Date: 04-Oct 13
  • 351 posts

Posted 28 November 2016 - 01:11 PM #21

yes use PHP-FPM over FastCGI

 

Sorry for delay. Have a look at the guide for configuration Nginx on VPS.



 
  • martfox
  • Member
  • Authorized Reseller
  • Join Date: 15-Jan 10
  • 558 posts

Posted 28 November 2016 - 01:13 PM #22

Did you guys also implement the Engintron Nginx for Cpanel or did you opt for another version of Nginx ?

 

We've been deploying Engintron for a few customers and so far no issues there.


CS-Cart with 1 Year FREE Web Hosting | CS-Cart optimized SSD Cloud VPS Servers from €10.00/month
.
VPS SSD Cloud from €10.00 *** Dedicated Servers *** CS-Cart Authorized Reseller and Web Hosting Provider


 
  • Mongoose
  • Senior Member
  • Members
  • Join Date: 08-Mar 13
  • 985 posts

Posted 28 November 2016 - 02:49 PM #23

 

I don't want to be rude, but it sounds like you don't have enough experience with Linux systems. We use CentOS 6.x and 7.x on our servers without any problems and disadvantages. It just works as expected.

 

I am no snowflake so I do not perceive your answer as offensive, I appreciate some honesty. 
I do not have that much experience that is true. In a way the GUI of Windows has spoiled me. If would certainly appreciate link to a handbook / linux cookbook Server Management for Dummies if that exists. Sofar no such luck on my part.


running CS Cart V4.10.3.SP1 


 
  • Mongoose
  • Senior Member
  • Members
  • Join Date: 08-Mar 13
  • 985 posts

Posted 28 November 2016 - 02:51 PM #24

Sorry for delay. Have a look at the guide for configuration Nginx on VPS.

 

Gleb, again why Ubuntu, why is Ubuntu so prevalent in all the tutorials from CS Cart. I have not been around CS Cart as you have, why is that. Is Ubuntu as a linux distro so much easier to handle than say CentOS ?


running CS Cart V4.10.3.SP1 


 
  • Mongoose
  • Senior Member
  • Members
  • Join Date: 08-Mar 13
  • 985 posts

Posted 28 November 2016 - 02:53 PM #25

We've been deploying Engintron for a few customers and so far no issues there.

 

I have been using Engintron as well, however the best performance can be gotten from optimizing a theme or CS Cart store. I for one  have no real comparitive information on how well a CPanel Engintron combi performs against a non control panel server with standard bare bone CS Cart install

, PHP7 and plain MySQL


running CS Cart V4.10.3.SP1 


 
  • gleb.goncharov
  • CS-Cart Expert
  • Authorized Reseller
  • Join Date: 04-Oct 13
  • 351 posts

Posted 29 November 2016 - 09:51 AM #26

Gleb, again why Ubuntu, why is Ubuntu so prevalent in all the tutorials from CS Cart. I have not been around CS Cart as you have, why is that. Is Ubuntu as a linux distro so much easier to handle than say CentOS ?

 

Well, I know, it looks strange, but Ubuntu has been chosen with some reasons. I'm not a Ubuntu fan and actually I prefer working with CentOS/RHEL/Scientific Linux, but for me it's no more than a habit and personal preferences. A lot of CS-Cart core developers and Simtech Development's employees use Ubuntu Linux as a main distro on desktop. 

 

First of all, it's cheaper than buy something else such as Windows or MacOS. Secondly, it's connected with the server environment which is usually Linux or UNIX-like system. Thirdly, Ubuntu is a user-friendly distro which are not so difficult to use unlike other distros such as Debian, Arch Linux and so forth when you really need an experience with using it. Well, probably that's the reason of using Linux Ubuntu in tutorials and guides.

 

I am no snowflake so I do not perceive your answer as offensive, I appreciate some honesty. 
I do not have that much experience that is true. In a way the GUI of Windows has spoiled me. If would certainly appreciate link to a handbook / linux cookbook Server Management for Dummies if that exists. Sofar no such luck on my part.

 

I suppose, that a operating system is just a tool for solving tasks and problems. So, if you're really interested in learning Linux, I recommend you choose the task and start read about software, which you want to use to accomplish them. 



 
  • Darius
  • Douchebag
  • Members
  • Join Date: 20-Apr 08
  • 3290 posts

Posted 12 December 2016 - 07:43 PM #27

From google page speed. How do I set following

 

Leverage browser caching
Setting an expiry date or a maximum age in the HTTP headers for static resources instructs the browser to load previously downloaded resources from local disk rather than over the network.
 
for

Thanks



 
  • tbirnseth
  • CS Cart Expert
  • Authorized Reseller
  • Join Date: 08-Nov 08
  • 11362 posts

Posted 12 December 2016 - 08:28 PM #28

Images/css/js should already be cached.  The way the algorithms should work is that it requests the modification time of the cached items.  If they are greater than the cache time or the cache time has expired, then it requests the item (this is done in one request).

 

Your links generate 404's so not quite sure what you're referencing....


EZ Merchant Solutions: Custom (USA based) B2B Development, Consulting, Development and Special Projects (get a quote here).
Commercial addons, payment methods and modifications to meet your business and operations needs.


 
  • gleb.goncharov
  • CS-Cart Expert
  • Authorized Reseller
  • Join Date: 04-Oct 13
  • 351 posts

Posted 13 December 2016 - 07:13 AM #29

From google page speed. How do I set following

 

Leverage browser caching
Setting an expiry date or a maximum age in the HTTP headers for static resources instructs the browser to load previously downloaded resources from local disk rather than over the network.
 
for

Thanks

 

You can't set browser caching for Google Analytics and Google Maps javascript files because you have no access to Google's servers to modify web-server configurations. Release management is major reason of usage short expiry time for javascript code of their services. Unfortunately, there is no way to say your browser to forget previous versions of static content if it has been already successfully cached. 



 
  • Darius
  • Douchebag
  • Members
  • Join Date: 20-Apr 08
  • 3290 posts

Posted 13 December 2016 - 07:51 AM #30

So why page speed from google uses such criteria no one can change..

 

You can't set browser caching for Google Analytics and Google Maps javascript files because you have no access to Google's servers to modify web-server configurations. Release management is major reason of usage short expiry time for javascript code of their services. Unfortunately, there is no way to say your browser to forget previous versions of static content if it has been already successfully cached. 

 

 

Another question.

 

cs-cart has changed icons to font awesome in admin backend since 441 I think. Now no matter I am on demo site or my own, I get sometimes this less then a second gap when page has no styling.

 

For some reason I do not like idea to have fonts (additional fonts for icons) be on remote server, am I thinking right, or I worry over nothing?



 
  • tbirnseth
  • CS Cart Expert
  • Authorized Reseller
  • Join Date: 08-Nov 08
  • 11362 posts

Posted 13 December 2016 - 08:11 PM #31

Unfortunately, there is no way to say your browser to forget previous versions of static content if it has been already successfully cached. 

EZ Merchant Solutions: Custom (USA based) B2B Development, Consulting, Development and Special Projects (get a quote here).
Commercial addons, payment methods and modifications to meet your business and operations needs.


 
  • tbirnseth
  • CS Cart Expert
  • Authorized Reseller
  • Join Date: 08-Nov 08
  • 11362 posts

Posted 13 December 2016 - 08:15 PM #32

For some reason I do not like idea to have fonts (additional fonts for icons) be on remote server, am I thinking right, or I worry over nothing?

It is a concern, but it's one of those things that you can't do much about and which is becoming more of a trend for a lot of content.  There are advantages and the fonts should certainly be cached in your browser.

 

The advantage is that if you visit multiple sites that all use the same font family, your browser will have them cached and they will not have to be loaded.  So if you're not first in line, you get a benefit.


EZ Merchant Solutions: Custom (USA based) B2B Development, Consulting, Development and Special Projects (get a quote here).
Commercial addons, payment methods and modifications to meet your business and operations needs.