[FX.php List] List of Production Site No-No's

Dale Bengston dbengston at preservationstudio.com
Wed Nov 2 10:33:24 MST 2005

...and in case it hasn't been mentioned already, a static IP address.


On Nov 2, 2005, at 11:05 AM, Gjermund Gusland Thorsen wrote:

> Do NOT forget to use ultra fast disks, preforably RAID5 or 10, AND
> disable any type of disk or CPU hybernation.
> ggt
> On 10/7/05, Jonathan Schwartz <jonathan at eschwartz.com> wrote:
>> Hi Folks,
>> I went live with my first FX.php site last week.  Phew!  Thanks again
>> for all the help from this list.
>> Of course, not all was exactly perfect, and although I worked offline
>> on major revisions, I found myself making small edits and corrections
>> to both php files and fmp files on the live system.
>> Do I hear groans?
>> On that note, I realize that this is not a good practice....but if
>> you have to do it...even for a couple of seconds....what are the
>> absolute No-No's for distracting FileMaker 6 UL on a live system?
>> Does FileMaker wait? Does it choke?....etc. In at least one case,
>> layout mode, for instance, I believe FileMaker flips the system out
>> of layout and performs the task.  In other cases, bad things happen.
>> ;-)
>> I came up with a list of the atrocities...not admitting that I have
>> actually had these happen.
>> FileMaker not running
>> Filemaker File not open
>> Filemaker not front application
>> File not front window
>> File in Layout mode
>> File in Preview mode
>> File in Definition mode.
>> File Layout not on "web" layout
>> File running script
>> File busy with current PHP request
>> CPU busy with other applications.
>> Any words of wisdom?
>> For the record, I'm talking about 'without error capture'....because
>> I haven't gotten to that chapter yet. ;-)
>> Jonathan
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