2015-07-05 - Chris Bergeron - ~1 Minute
The initial setup took me a bit because the documentation, while clear, doesn’t really provide a walkthrough as much as a brief show and tell.
On the positive, once you get it all set, nice clean static html is yours for the serving.
2014-17-02 - Chris Bergeron - ~1 Minute
So, I’m pleasantly surprised by how much progress they’ve made with HHVM . Not only did it run my little experimental pages and such, but it ran my TT-RSS install like a champ once I switched to a MariaDB back-end. If they start getting more of the database extensions and what-not working, it’s going to be pretty powerful little server.
The new hhvm-cgi bit is also pretty interesting. With the right rules in nginx , you could probably have the best of all worlds in your page/app on which to send to FPM versus HHVM.
2014-07-02 - Chris Bergeron - ~1 Minute
However, that was version 2.1.0, and I’m told that 2.4.0 is out with a lot more compatibility, so I’m going to put that into my experimentation environment and see if I can make it go.
Not sure how much benefit I’d see since the only thing I’m running PHP with now is reader , but it’ll be fun to experiment with again either way.
2013-19-08 - Chris Bergeron - ~1 Minute
Decided to switch the site over to Pico .
So far so good. It also allowed me to get off of MySQL/MariaDB completely and move to PostgresSQL for Reader .
Now I just have to get better with Markdown and all will be well!
2013-23-07 - Chris Bergeron - ~1 Minute
Now running the site with PageSpeed , doesn’t seem to be doing a whole lot yet, but why not.
Reader seems faster at least.
Also, word to the wise, do not use the nginx official repo with Ubuntu unless you backup your configs first.
It has a totally different structure/user/etc.