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Comment Post #282145 scalability, backups and many other things.
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6 months ago
Comment Post #282145 Essentially you pick an operating system to install on a server (which can also be one of your own previous servers with other stuff already installed, and can also be a 3rd-party server with particular applications/environment installed). AWS has its own default of sorts (a customized Linux) but you...
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6 months ago
Edit Post #282145 Initial revision 6 months ago
Answer A: What's a low-effort option for a Codidact development machine?
While I haven't gotten to doing it myself yet, my recommendation, except for those who have to work totally offline (which would cause problems for any content coming from a CDN or other sources such as Sefaria), my recommendation is to use Amazon Web Services (AWS). This happens to be the same syste...
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6 months ago
Comment Post #280569 @ArtOfCode Do the specifics (I can't check right now) say "8.0 or above"?
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10 months ago
Comment Post #280569 @ArtOfCode Any specific need for this collation and/or any specific need for MySQL 8.0 or above (other than the collation)?
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10 months ago
Edit Post #280570 Initial revision 10 months ago
Answer A: Mysql return error Unknown collation: 'utf8mb4_0900_ai_ci' when run rails db:schema:load
The problem is the version of MySQL. This collation was added with MySQL 8.0 and is the new default. MySQL 5.7.32 does not have it. Since the create table statement includes it, clearly it is designed for MySQL 8.0 or above. A big related question is whether there are any functional requirements i...
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10 months ago
Comment Post #280452 I don't know Ruby (really). But I know that with most languages (PHP, Python, Java, etc.) and platforms (e.g., Django) there are sometimes **huge** compatibility issues between versions. A note of at least which versions are known to work (e.g., what you've used yourself, what the production system i...
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11 months ago
Comment Post #280452 My point is that "computer" is not exactly the right term here - a VM inside Windows (or inside any OS, for that matter) is not a "computer" in the usual sense. I am suggesting adding a line like "If you want to run Ruby in Windows, install a VM running Linux and run Ruby inside the VM".
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11 months ago
Comment Post #280452 *Ruby installed* - any particular version?
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11 months ago
Comment Post #280452 Linux or Mac? What about running on Windows, not native but in a VM? I do other development that way, it *should* work for Ruby too.
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11 months ago