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Aug
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comment Ubuntu Server running Plesk subversion command only accessible to root user
sudo apt-get subversion is how I installed it, and have installed it on other machines in the past, without this issue, the issues seems to be due to something plesk does, and I am trying to find how and what. However anything you look up dealing with Plesk and Subversion seems to try to teach how to set up your server as a repository container/server.
Aug
18
comment Ubuntu Server running Plesk subversion command only accessible to root user
I have access to root on the box, however due to whatever reason, the user created by plesk does not have access to anything other than you common commands it appears, ie: mkdir, cp, cd, ls.. but not to svn commands or other 3rd party commands..
Aug
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asked Ubuntu Server running Plesk subversion command only accessible to root user
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answered SVN copy vs checkout for creating a branch
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Sep
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accepted 4million+ images on a single LAMP stack server
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comment 4million+ images on a single LAMP stack server
the perdictiments I think, I may be very wrong and all else. that I might be facing, and what I am trying to find out here, and if it is the case then how do I over come said limitations and build with the future in mind as opposed to getting snowballed a couple months from now with problems that arent so easy to fix
Sep
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comment 4million+ images on a single LAMP stack server
Oh Im intent on using a database to store such attributes from file ownership, to everything you expressed and more. My concern steams from talking to several linux/windows developers who work with large heaps of data where theres anything from 1 large file thats a terabyte in size, to several million, and from them I have learned there is generalize constraints storage wise that these systems werent meant to handle. Example I have hade 2500 images in a linux directory and only 1500 would list, and if by some shere act of luck it did list everything it took 5 minutes to load. So these are
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