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Buddypress With Sunos

sunos compatibility

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#1 Guest_JackYu_*

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Posted 26 September 2012 - 08:06 PM

Hi,

before clicking on the "Buy now" button, I would like to ask two questions:

1.) My site is running on a SunOS server. Will that be compatible with BuddyPress?

2.) ServerBuddy shows me a warning for PHP max_execution_time. because the setting of my server is 0. Just to confirm: That shouldn't be an issue, as 0 means unlimited, right?

Regards & Thanks!

#2 Dustin Akers

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Posted 27 September 2012 - 09:03 AM

Hi JackYu,

1. Searching the BackupBuddy support forum for SunOS gets me no results so it could work fine, or maybe even that no one has tried it before. As long as it doesn't have special restrictions and meets the minimum requirements then probably fine.

2. For max_execution_time, 0 may not actually mean unlimited, will want to check with host to make sure there isn't a permissions read issue or something unique setup for the max_execution_time for it to report 0 instead of the actual time. Normally for max_execution_time it will say something like 30 or 60 seconds (or however much the value actually is, naturally the higher it is the better).


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