Yes, indeed, if you're looking to scale up to handle high concurrent user loads, scaling out horizontally is your best bet. We've got a client right now serving 700+ connections at the moment, and they're on four separate NodeBB instances. It's probably too much for what they need, but it's always nice to have more capacity than needed in case of spikes, etc.
Test NodeBB 0.7 simulatenously?
Is it possible to test the master on another domain (e.g.,
beta.domain.com) for my users to test out?
I was considering cloning it into another directory, without plugins, and hooking it up to the same Redis database with a different port, and proxying the sub domain to the new version. Thoughts?
Yeah, clone the db and copy the files. Edit configfile to beta.domain.com and change db settings
I use Mongodb but it should be the same
Do not use 0.7.x with the same db because 0.7 trash stuff, better with a clone. You can write "this is for demo only"
I am also waiting for 0.7.x to be stable!
This occurs on the last part of running
Why do you run setup again.
- Just copy the code to a new dir and change the config file.
- Make a copy of the DB
- Then git checkout master + ./nodebb upgrade (In the new setup)
Dont forget to set another port if you running it on the same server
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