Hi, has anyone had any problems with ModX on Media Temple? I’m using Evolution on a Media Temple grid server and I keep getting SQL errors and uploading images through the manager with FCK Resource Browser is painfully slow.
Another thing I’ve noticed is that the system seems to run better depending on which browser I’m using. Safari is the worst, FireFox is a little better and Camino is the best. I’ve never had this issue with any other install of ModX.
Any insights would be greatly appreciated.
I’m very satisfied with my (mt) grid server.
I ditched (mt) for site5 after crappy db latency and connection
errors. (mt) scanned through my site and blamed config.inc.php...
That was it... My site (php/mysql) benchmarked 79%(!!) faster on site5
I’ve had problems with
FCK file browser on the front-end for web users using TinyMCE
SOLVED ---> http://modxcms.com/forums/index.php/topic,39511.msg238832.html#msg238832
...Edit php.ini to allow for more memory and choose PHP 5 for the domain.
Thanks for the advice. I’ll give this a shot.
I gave this a try and it improved the overall performance of the manager, but uploading images through the resource browser is still very slow. I have multiple editors adding content to the site and they’re all experiencing problems when trying to upload images. Is there an alternative to FCK resource browser or should I replace Tinymce with FCK?
Something about Media Temple bothers me. One thing I have noticed is that it’s a huge pain in the @#%@ to use SFTP... FTP works fine, but an SFTP login dumps you in the wrong directory entirely (good luck finding your home directory in the maze of grid server directories), the SFTP transfers are terribly slow, and if you don’t constantly massage your connection, it times out (same with SSH).
I don’t think this has anything to do with the resource browser, but it is nice that you can edit your own php.ini file on MT. Have submitted a help ticket? They’re pretty good with their responses.
If you have ssh access, why not just create a symlink in the sftp home directory to your website’s root directory?
I believe that you can also use sftp to create these.
ln oldpath newpath
Creates a symbolic link from oldpath to newpath.
symlink oldpath newpath
Create a symbolic link from oldpath to newpath.
I have my sftp client bookmarks set to move me into the proper directory on login.
Any other thoughts on how I can improve the performance of the manager?
memory_limit = 99M
upload_max_filesize = 50M
post_max_size = 50M
If the upload_max_filesize is larger than post_max_size, you must increase post_max_size so that it is bigger than upload_max_size
If the value of post_max_size is larger than memory_limit, you must increase memory_limit so that it is larger than post_max_size.
No idea... http://www.google.com/search?hl=en
I would open up a support ticket. I run both 0963 and EVO without this.