[pmwiki-users] pmwiki on raspberry PI (performance optimizing...)

tamouse pontiki tamouse.lists at gmail.com
Mon Dec 15 10:24:01 CST 2014

Hi, Patrick,

With my Rpi, I didn't even attempt to do apache, I went with lighttpd and
fastcgi (nginx might be good here, too). The main concern I had ended up
being the slower USB reads and writes which was much more apparent pressing
the Rpi into use as a file server. I do have PmWiki humming along nicely,

On Mon, Dec 8, 2014 at 5:39 AM, <lists at basel-inside.ch> wrote:
> Hello
> I installed apache 2 and the newest pmwiki release on my Raspberry PI, as
> I have to replace my old Lenny-VServer installation.
> Although I don't expect miracles I was a disappointed, that the rendering
> took about 3 seconds (locally).
> ps tells that apache needs very much CPU.
> (If I remember correctly, I tested php based web tools on Colinux on a
> 450Mhz P3-Box years ago, and the performance was "o.k.").
> If anybody has tried to run pmwiki on a Raspberry PI I would be glad to
> know about performance and performance optimization.
> I'm also looking for tools to analize the processes more accuratly.
> Any hint is appreciated
> kind regards
> Patrick Ogay
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