This video is a recording showing how long it actually took to load a few hundred thousand users into Exchange 2013, the loading seems to be severely rate limited, either by the .NET bloat, or maybe Microsoft was just playing safe to avoid having to debug any race conditions. This is one thing that I like about open source software and that is that the programmers do not seem to have any fear of running things at full speed and then will fix any bugs that show up subsequently.
This is a video demonstrating what happens with Windows Server 2012 and Exchange 2013 when you load up over 2 million users into it. The server still runs ok and you can send emails to it, so the backend can handle the number of users, but it is the frontend that has not been designed properly when it comes to trying to actually administer the users.
In this video I will be installing PHP 7.1 and seeing what difference this makes to how many requests can be handled by the website. You can watch it at:
Below are the commands that I use in the video to install and test the new PHP:
This is a demo where I do some tests on the previous Drupal 7 website with Yellow Lab Tools and the Chromium developer tools to see how some of the settings can improve the sites performance. Below is a link to the video for this demo:
In this video I am upgrading an installation of Owncloud to Nextcloud on a Centos virtual machine. I have seen another video where they performed the upgrade by using Filezilla to change the files, but this took a long time, so I was then motivated to do a demonstartion of how to do it the easy way, so that people will not think that it is a long or difficult process. I did come across some surprises along the way, so it will be worth giving this a watch if you are deciding to make the jump from Owncloud to Nextcloud.
Here are the links and commands that were used in the video:
This page is mainly a list of the commands and config file changes used in the tutorial, there are also some comments, but the main information can be seen in the tutorial which is on youtube at:
Here is a virtual machine image that I have created for clipbucket and have installed all of the dependancies so that all of the requirements have a green tick against them.
This is a continuation from the tutorial "Installing the Fusion Directory LDAP/OpenLDAP frontend onto Centos 6" where I will now be installing Freeradius so that it will use the ldap directory for it's authentication backend.
This is a quick tutorial showing how to install Fusion Directory on Centos 6. Fusion Directory is a PHP powered frontend to an LDAP server, which will be Open-LDAP in this tutorial.