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Could anyone advise me on the following system requirements, which I am missing for ProcessWire installation:
DO (pdo_mysql) is required (for MySQL database)
Fail: GD 2.0 or newer Fail: JSON support ZipArchive support was not found. This is recommended, but not required to complete installation.
I have been asked by a client whether we can setup load balancing for their existing Processwire site.
From my investigations on Google and within these forums, it definitely seems possible but as a newbie with a basic understanding of the subject im a bit lost.
Does anyone know of any existing tutorials for settings up load balancing with PW?
What items would need to be changed on their current stand alone install, is there a list of best practices worth consulting etc?
As I understand it we would need to have some sort of copying mechanism (rsync script most likely) in order to make sure any uploaded assets are shared between the main server and the fallback ones, other than that im not sure what else would need to be ammended.
Any thoughts/help would be greatly appreciated.
During the install process I can never get to Step 4 for setting up an admin account.
It creates the database and in the screen it shows it installed the database and imported the SQL
and under that it shows "Profile Import" but nothing else.
I have the same result with master & dev branch.
I looked in the database and do not see a user table of any kind, unless it has some other name than "users"
I can't get my head around this, so maybe someone can help: I want to know how install the dev branch of processwire with composer.
I use laragon and the "quick create" function and there you can run composer like this: "composer create-project processwire/processwire %s". OK, this is working, so I will get the master branch from it, but how about dev? I found some examples for laravel on this question, but no luck with it. Here some examples:
composer create-project processwire/processwire %s --prefer-dist --stability=dev composer create-project processwire/processwire:dev %s composer create-project processwire/processwire:dev %s --stability=dev composer create-project processwire/processwire:dev %s --prefer-dist --stability=dev composer create-project processwire/processwire:dev-master %s --prefer-dist --stability=dev composer create-project processwire/processwire:dev-branch %s --prefer-dist --stability=dev composer create-project processwire/processwire:@dev %s --prefer-dist --stability=dev and so on... Maybe someone got this already and would like to share?
I recently started making a blog using Processwire and since i'm completely new, I struggle with a few things.
I'm trying to make a comment section in my blog post, so I followed the tutorial and pasted the two code lines in my template.
18 echo $page->comments->render(); 19 echo $page->comments->renderForm();
but now I have this error on my page :
Error: Call to a member function render() on null (line 18 of C:\wamp64\www\processwire\site\assets\cache\FileCompiler\site\templates\Post.php)
Am I missing something?
Thanks for your help.