3800Re: [LinkStation_General] Re: WIKI: Install Apache w/ PHP and MySQL
- Aug 1, 2005Check out sqlite. Perfect fit for the LinkStation. I'm
using it as the backend database for two websites on
my Linky as a substitute for mysql.
If you also substitute lighttp for apache, you have a
very light-weight platform for web apps that is
perfectly suited to the LinkStation.
--- Nick Pappas <nwpappas@...> wrote:
> I've made a few minor updates to the WIKI listing,__________________________________________________
> but thought I
> would share probably the most important one here.
> After getting everything up and running I checked
> the memory usage on
> my LinkStation. MySQL takes *nearly 25%* of the
> available LinkStation
> memory when running. This isn't particularly good.
> If you need the database, I guess you'll need to
> work around that.
> Personally, I'm taking the web app I needed MySQL
> for (a simple photo
> gallery script I wrote) and porting the database
> backend to a file
> system backend.
> Whatever you do - don't congratulate yourself too
> much, or berate
> yourself either.
> Your choices are half chance, and so are everybody
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