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by vilain
09 Oct 2013, 00:53
Forum: Support
Topic: Problem with 1.10 and lock files
Replies: 16
Views: 4398

Re: Problem with 1.10 and lock files

I can't think of a situation where you'd need RSS updates more frequent than every 30 minutes. If you need something updated in real-time from a web site, write a HTML page that updates every 15 minutes with the site in an iframe. Run it from your browser. That way, your box's IP address will get ba...
by vilain
08 Oct 2013, 21:40
Forum: Support
Topic: Problem with 1.10 and lock files
Replies: 16
Views: 4398

Re: Problem with 1.10 and lock files

Think about what process needs to write into the lock directory. If you said "the process that's run the crontab", that's correct. On my system, the cron job runs under my shell account. When that process runs, it needs to write into .lock directory. If you're still having trouble, try cha...
by vilain
30 Sep 2013, 21:19
Forum: Support
Topic: Update Questions
Replies: 13
Views: 2234

Re: Update Questions

Although, based on the tone of response in this Forum, you should expect this answer: Sure it documented. In the code. In truth, I've found most of what I was looking for by pawning through the code. Some of the things that have surfaced like "MySQL has gone away" are still having me scrat...
by vilain
29 Sep 2013, 08:22
Forum: Support
Topic: Custom css storage
Replies: 6
Views: 1720

Re: Custom css storage

The custom CSS entries that you saw on the preferences page are an entry in the ttrss_user_prefs table. pref_name="USER_STYLESHEET" value=NULL or whatever you entered You'll need a database tool that can retrieve and edit records either in PostgreSQL or MySQL. Both phpPgAdmin and phpMyAdmi...
by vilain
29 Sep 2013, 02:11
Forum: Support
Topic: Feedburner status ?
Replies: 17
Views: 4732

Re: Feedburner status ?

A 'cocktail' of Viagra and Crack, maybe? I heard that crack ain't so good for pounding, so that metaphor doesn't quite hold up. If they see connections from a the same IP address every 30 minutes going down their list of feeds, they might think it was a bot or someone scanning them. When Google was ...
by vilain
29 Sep 2013, 00:37
Forum: Support
Topic: Feedburner status ?
Replies: 17
Views: 4732

Re: Feedburner status ?

Depends on your usage. I'm the only user on my instance of tt-rss and my feeds aren't high traffic. So 1 hour update intervals is just fine. A couple sites are really only updated weekly, so I set that frequency in tt-rss's feed properties. Low impact on all my feedburner sites so they seem OK with ...
by vilain
24 Sep 2013, 19:41
Forum: Support
Topic: Downgrade 1.10 to 1.9
Replies: 21
Views: 5371

Re: Downgrade 1.10 to 1.9

When I upgraded from 1.9 to 1.10, the old version of tt-rss was moved to another directory. That's your backup. The trick will be going in by hand and reverting your database to the 122 schema. That requires database skills as it's not automated nor is the downgrade to 1.9. Looks like it's time to r...
by vilain
19 Sep 2013, 00:58
Forum: Unsupported platforms
Topic: Out of memory issues
Replies: 27
Views: 10038

Re: Out of memory issues

Your memory_limit (in the Core php configuration) is set to 256M. This is my setting also and I'm not having any problems. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4399138/upper-memory-limit-for-php-apache discusses the problem. You could try creating a .htaccess in your ttrss directory with php_value mem...
by vilain
16 Sep 2013, 06:41
Forum: Unsupported platforms
Topic: Out of memory issues
Replies: 27
Views: 10038

Re: Out of memory issues

I know that Crapcast, AT&T, and Earthlink offer "web space" but that's really what Sidicas is talking about. If you go out and buy web hosting space on a real web hosting platform, you'll get a LOT more for your money. My own WebISP offers Drupal, Joomla, and both MySQL and PostgreSQL ...
by vilain
15 Sep 2013, 19:37
Forum: Unsupported platforms
Topic: Out of memory issues
Replies: 27
Views: 10038

Re: Out of memory issues

I'm going to venture a SWAG (scientific wild-assed guess) here. php runs either as a part of the Apache server in mod_php or as a separate process when called through CGI. Most shared hosting platforms do mod_php. This puts resource management in the hands of the Apache server which is shared among ...
by vilain
13 Sep 2013, 01:49
Forum: Support
Topic: Proper way to migrate from MySQL to PostgreSQL
Replies: 60
Views: 28785

Re: Proper way to migrate from MySQL to PostgreSQL

The migration tool assumes an empty database. That explains why I had duplicates of some records, including two Admin users. Another table also had duplicates--ttrss_user_prefs. This came from installing postgreSQL and running the install script to initialize the database. It creates the tables and...
by vilain
27 Aug 2013, 21:43
Forum: Support
Topic: [master 84a463e] HTTP 304 treated as an error on feed update
Replies: 12
Views: 2642

Re: [master 84a463e] HTTP 304 treated as an error on feed up

Back in July, Fanfic redid their tagging and other internals. It totally broke their atom RSS feeds. I wouldn't trust anything from that site until they sort things out. They did promise to bring back rss, but for now no recent articles appear in their feeds.
by vilain
25 Aug 2013, 22:35
Forum: Support
Topic: Bandwidth throttling
Replies: 3
Views: 1067

Re: bandwidth thrortling

If I wasn't using tt-rss, I'd be using news reader application on my Mac. If ttrss is running on your PC, why don't you just use a PC-based news reader instead of futzing with a web server, DBMS, and troubleshooting all the layers of things that can go wrong. What value does it give you over a dedic...
by vilain
20 Aug 2013, 21:56
Forum: Support
Topic: How much bandwidth is actually consumed by tt-rss?
Replies: 8
Views: 4992

Re: How much bandwidth is actually consumed by tt-rss?

When I used to do capacity planning, the hardest thing was predicting future trends without any past trends. If I had no inkling of the workload a machine would be expected to perform, how was I to gauge future usage and plan for growth? If you know what your current workload is and don't plan on ad...
by vilain
20 Aug 2013, 20:17
Forum: Support
Topic: How much bandwidth is actually consumed by tt-rss?
Replies: 8
Views: 4992

Re: How much bandwidth is actually consumed by tt-rss?

Think about your question. If you had to, how would you determine how much bandwidth your set of feeds is pulling? You've done some work on that and gotten an answer. Now think about everybody else that uses ttrs and that their set of feeds aren't going to match yours. How would *you* predict the ba...

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