Thanks all, see comments below...
On Mon, Jan 30, 2012 at 6:28 PM, Yishai Beeri <[email protected]> wrote:
> Won't a micro node in Amazon suffice? This can be had for free (first
When I created this node, I had some other plans for it, that I did not yet
implement (another wiki and a Sage server).
micro might be good, if I do not manage to follow on Arik's suggestion.
On Mon, Jan 30, 2012 at 6:41 PM, Arik Baratz
> I have a hosting account (shared) with Dreamhost (US) with ample extra
space. If you volunteer to set up the wiki there
> I can give you access.
I do not mind setting it up, but getting permission to install some
required extra packages on the server was the deal-breaker that finally
stopped us from hosting this wiki on Hamakor server last time.
Current configuration of the wiki uses apache + mod_php + MySql (recent
versions - I'm not sure what's the minimal requirement). It would be
easiest to restore it into a similar environment.
I'll need an account with permissions to set them up (system root if extra
packages need to be installed, permissions for apache config for the
vhost/redirections, mysql root for creating the python_il
Also we have to check if the response time is not much worse than current
hosting (Ireland. I think Andy's hosting was also in Europe)
If you really do not mind the extra space/bandwidth and extra trustee for
such configurations, I'll take that. Otherwise, we can revert to a micro
node as Yishai suggested.