You seem to have a lot of problems, time to take a holiday from it all.Head south for a month.
That's fine if it is all you have to do all day.
You seem to have a lot of problems, time to take a holiday from it all.
Sure, servers need the investment all at once but if you get the commissioning right, and don't continually tinker like Travis, a server (should) need relatively little intervention over it's life time.
Just Karma getting her own back.On another thread, Travis was having a go at newbies to Arduino blaming the IDE, the forum, anything but themselves. Here he is, a day later, doing the same thing with his server. He knows what a path variable does. He knows to check the things he recently changed. He blamed 'Hackers' Must be Karma.
go ahead, get your laughing in we all like to tinker, don't we? this is a tinker community here.
yeah, yeah. get your laughs in. i already took ownership of causing the problem.
i am thinking of eventually spreading out my services to separate servers. PWS on one, internet radio server on another, critical file storage on another. this way, if one goes down, the others still work. no more all-in-one.
It's a balancing act. Sometimes it's better to invest the time running one server well. I don't suppose you will ever see enough traffic to need more than one 'front end' server. The storage server fair enough, the use case and risks are sufficiently different to warrant it. You already know my opinion of your PE1950 - It's a waste of electricity. But I'm not you.
in any case, hackers didn't get my server. at least not the intentional external variety. so... i guess i can return to the regularly scheduled programing. whatever that is.~Travis