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What is your stack?

Hi everyone. Today I launched another forum using Elkarte (1.0.10). :) This is the second one, and I just thought I want to share what my setup/stack are.

The first one:
  • 512 MB KVM VPS
  • Debian 8
  • Nginx 1.10,3
  • PHP 7.0.23
  • MariaDB 10.1.25

The second one that inspired me to create this topic:
  • 256 MB NAT VPS (only using IPv6, no IPv4)
  • Ubuntu 14.04
  • Hiawatha Web Server 10.6
  • PHP 7.0.23
  • MariaDB 10.2.8

Re: What is your stack?

Reply #1
I have not played around with alternative stacks like you have, mine is pretty boring !

  • 2G KVM (6+ sites, some SSL some not, postfix/dovecot, fail2ban, apcu, etc )
  • Ubuntu: 14.04
  • MySQL: 5.6.33
  • PHP / FPM: 7.1.6
  • Nginx: 1.12

Squish squish. squish, squish, squish.
Find a bug,
Make a wish.

Re: What is your stack?

Reply #2
Xeon E3-1270 v3
4 Cores x 3.5 GHz
8G RAM
Centos 6
PHP 7.0.25
Nginx 1.12.2
MariaDB 10.2.10

Re: What is your stack?

Reply #3
Great server you have there @badmonkey.

I am currently using:
- Intel Pentium 4 @ 2.6Ghz (1TB HDD & 8GB RAM)
- Ubuntu 16.04
- PHP FPM (5.6 - 7.1)
- ISPConfig 3.1
- Certbot / LE (SSL for all sites)
- Nginx 1.12
- MariaDB 10.2
- Dynamic IP

I am in the middle of migrating this to Intel Core i5 3550 @ 3.3Ghz (up to 3.7) (256GB SSD, 500GB HDD and 8GB RAM upgradable to a maximum of 32GB).

This new one will have a mirror backup with same specs and both are already a work in progress.




Re: What is your stack?

Reply #4
Thanks ahrasis. You have a nice setup as well. I went the SSD route, not mentioned earlier. 

Also by your recommendation, the ACP is ISPConfig 3. It was a learning curve as expected. All good though. It works well. Thanks for the good advice. 8)

Re: What is your stack?

Reply #5
Don't mention it.

By the way, the migration is now complete and the new server (as mentioned earlier) is being tested.

I will try to have the mirror backup ready as soon as I am freer.

Re: What is your stack?

Reply #6
As stated my personal server was upgraded and the test is now complete. I am currently running:
- Intel Core i5 3550 @ 3.3Ghz (up to 3.7)
- 256GB SSD & 500GB HDD
- 16GB RAM (up to 32GB)
- Ubuntu 16.04 (LTS)
- Linux Kernel 4.15
- PHP FPM (5.6 - 7.2)
- ISPConfig 3.1
- Certbot / LE (SSL for all sites)
- Nginx 1.13
- MariaDB 10.2
- Dynamic IP

A mirror / cluster backup server[1] is currently being built.