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    julianJ

    @Freelancer please refrain from posting affiliate links unless you preface them in-post saying as such. Thank you.

    I have removed the links in your post for now.

  • pidfile not found nginx

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    julianJ

    Not really, no... It just means that you might have a running NodeBB instance you can't stop (short of running something like kill)

  • Where do you host ?

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    Keng HerK

    At the very least you need a host with shell access. Ideally on a VPS or Dedicated host so you have all the controls at your fingertips.

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    @jimmyc2018 I'd wage you need more than just the $5 plan for a few thousand users daily. I don't think we have a chart of x memory / y CPUs per z users.

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    It depends on how active your forum is... this forum only uses about 130mb for MongoDB, although there's a bit more taken up due to backups, etc.

    Moving from one host to another is fine... just save the database (via mongodump) and the contents of public/uploads

  • Needs advise

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    @yariplus @JasperNL, alternatively you can use Kimsufi, which belongs to OVH to 100%. The only difference is that the systems there are dedicated ones and not virtual machines. I also use one of these for my download server, which works quite alright.

    About Redis:
    The database size itself will increase the same way as others. More data = bigger database. For more infos check this out:
    http://redis.io/topics/faq

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    There are two main reasons why this guide has been published. I have had to limit mobile bandwidth consumption on 3G connection and to get rid of Git and Ruby issues. Mixing them up with Windows command line is a bit quirky.

    Linux and other *nix users should skip it and go with your official guide. I have tested it on a local computer with Fedora 21 Server and it is really easy to reproduce. But on Windows it is not.

    And you do not need to change so many firewall settings for cmd.exe, ssh.exe and similar processes. Using web-based OpenShift tools is also much easier for beginners.

    We have prepared a new guide for users with rhc and git tools.
    https://github.com/ahwayakchih/openshift-nodebb

    I hope it can be used by those who only installed PHP forum scripts.

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    @baris Much pending, I put some of my own cash in too though. 😆

  • Host my own Nodebb

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    julianJ

    @mventures for Windows, the updated doc link is https://docs.nodebb.org/installing/os/windows/

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    phenomlabP

    @Topper after 8 years, there's a good chance that the original poster may not respond.

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    Master-AntonioM

    Very Good but HapHost is very very BAD.
    NodeBB don't work.
    128 Mb of RAM are to few.
    Already installing plugins the site crash, because VPS arrives at the maximum of RAM.
    OMG. Very Bad.

    Without do NOTHING.
    RAM : http://i.gyazo.com/2b0fcbb3c8a36dd3d0b40199393c59c3.png
    CPU : http://i.gyazo.com/33656ee25ef23e9fec43dce06458caaa.png

    FUCK.