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  • #46
    If you run 3.6.1 or higher your admincp will have a news item linking to a survey you can submit.

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    • #47
      I've got 3.6.8... I'll take a look.
      http://www.nucia.nl/forum/
      The best way to kill malware; is to kill it together.

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      • #48
        There was a few performance issues with PHP 5.2.0 and 5.2.1, mostly down to the new memory manager that needed a few tweaks.

        Regardless of what was said in the past the latest PHP 5.2 is what we're recommending for customers.
        What version of mysql is recommended for vb 3.7?
        Plan, Do, Check, Act!

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        • #49
          Aah, I've participated but I thought it was like a series of questions .

          What's "Threaded Mode Usage"?
          http://www.nucia.nl/forum/
          The best way to kill malware; is to kill it together.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by Reeve of Shinra View Post
            What version of mysql is recommended for vb 3.7?
            I suggest 5.0.46 or above as 5.0.46 have tons of improvements.

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            • #51
              Originally posted by Reeve of Shinra View Post
              What version of mysql is recommended for vb 3.7?
              Like 3.6, http://www.vbulletin.com/features.php

              Originally posted by Eagle Creek View Post
              Aah, I've participated but I thought it was like a series of questions .

              What's "Threaded Mode Usage"?
              Click into the "Display Mode" link above post list here

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              • #52
                Originally posted by Reeve of Shinra View Post
                What version of mysql is recommended for vb 3.7?
                Well, the feature page indicates 5.0.19+, so go with something in that regard.
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                • #53
                  The feature page also indicates PHP 4.4.2 or 5.1.2 or later and Kier said that 5.2 is the most current recommendation.
                  Plan, Do, Check, Act!

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                  • #54
                    I have just updated the PHP and MySQL recommendations on the features page. The current versions of PHP and MySQL are the best ever for running vBulletin and I'd recommend that everyone who can upgrade their servers to the latest versions does so.

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by Kier View Post
                      I have just updated the PHP and MySQL recommendations on the features page. The current versions of PHP and MySQL are the best ever for running vBulletin and I'd recommend that everyone who can upgrade their servers to the latest versions does so.
                      Fantastic .

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by Kier View Post
                        I have just updated the PHP and MySQL recommendations on the features page. The current versions of PHP and MySQL are the best ever for running vBulletin and I'd recommend that everyone who can upgrade their servers to the latest versions does so.
                        Already using PHP 5.2.5 and MySQL 5.0.51a

                        vBulletin QA - vBulletin Support French - Lead Project Tools developer

                        Next release? Soon(tm)

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                        • #57
                          I have also included APC in our recommendations - we will be making far more use of opcode caches in vBulletin 4.

                          With vB3 there is a huge benefit from using an opcode cache, but we don't take specific advantage of their features.

                          This wil be reversed in vBulletin 4, where we will code with those running an opcode cache as our target platform. Those not running an opcode cache will still be able to run vBulletin 4, but they will be at a distinct disadvantage.

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                          • #58
                            Is this going to be limited only with APC ? And why did you choose APC ?
                            I personally have way better perfonmance with xcache on my servers comparing to APC

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by Kier View Post
                              I have also included APC in our recommendations - we will be making far more use of opcode caches in vBulletin 4.

                              With vB3 there is a huge benefit from using an opcode cache, but we don't take specific advantage of their features.

                              This wil be reversed in vBulletin 4, where we will code with those running an opcode cache as our target platform. Those not running an opcode cache will still be able to run vBulletin 4, but they will be at a distinct disadvantage.
                              Never knew about opcode benefits myself, will check if we have that set up on our server. I don't even know what opcode is :P.

                              Edit: I get what it is now .
                              Last edited by ---MAD---; Wed 16 Apr '08, 9:20am.

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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by Lizard King View Post
                                Is this going to be limited only with APC ? And why did you choose APC ?
                                I personally have way better perfonmance with xcache on my servers comparing to APC
                                Won't be APC, just an OP Code cache of some sort be it XCache, APC, eaccelerator or Zend Platform.

                                I think what Kier is trying to say is that we'll use much more aggressive caching with the vBulletin 4.
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