Lucee on a nas?

Wondering if anyone has Lucee running on a nas? cpu shouldn’t be an issue
but low end nas boxes have limited ram, eg 512Mb.

I have Lucee running on Raspberry PI 2b so running it on NAS box should
work. It will depend on what else is running at the same time.

Andrew PenhorwoodOn Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 10:32:26 AM UTC-4, DMan wrote:

Wondering if anyone has Lucee running on a nas? cpu shouldn’t be an issue
but low end nas boxes have limited ram, eg 512Mb.

I got it running on a pi zero

Mark Drew

  • Sent by typing with my thumbs.> On 26 Jul 2016, at 20:30, Andrew Penhorwood <@Andrew_Penhorwood> wrote:

I have Lucee running on Raspberry PI 2b so running it on NAS box should work. It will depend on what else is running at the same time.

Andrew Penhorwood

On Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 10:32:26 AM UTC-4, DMan wrote:
Wondering if anyone has Lucee running on a nas? cpu shouldn’t be an issue but low end nas boxes have limited ram, eg 512Mb.


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Here’s my raspberry pi site running on Lucee (via CommandBox). I can push
over 1000 requests per second to a basic page with a couple lines of CFML.
My ContentBox blog (running on CF ORM) on an H2 in-memory database will
process around 200 requests per second.

Like Mark said, the slowest thing is usually compilation. Startup is kind
of slow at first until it gets going. RAM is also short on supply, but as
you can see in the graph on my Pi site (live updating RAM usage) I don’t
need much to run a basic blog with no traffic :slight_smile:

Thanks!

~BradOn Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 8:30:37 AM UTC-5, Andrew Penhorwood wrote:

I looked over the spec of the Brix from gigabyte. That should run Lucee
very well. The limiting factor would be the amount of memory you install
on the box.

http://www.gigabyte.us/products/list.aspx?s=47&ck=104

Andrew Penhorwood

On Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 6:42:45 AM UTC-4, DMan wrote:

Basically I want to have a mini dev server with lucee and mysql as I find
developing locally a bit awkward.
I’m thinking of a tiny form factor, fanless box like
http://www.legitreviews.com/gigabyte-brix-get-updated-skylake-processors-thunderbolt-3-geforce-gtx-950m-dual-gigabit-lan_177440

Here is Brad’s website.

http://pi.bradwood.com/On Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 10:17:14 AM UTC-4, Brad Wood wrote:

Here’s my raspberry pi site running on Lucee (via CommandBox). I can push
over 1000 requests per second to a basic page with a couple lines of CFML.
My ContentBox blog (running on CF ORM) on an H2 in-memory database will
process around 200 requests per second.

Like Mark said, the slowest thing is usually compilation. Startup is kind
of slow at first until it gets going. RAM is also short on supply, but as
you can see in the graph on my Pi site (live updating RAM usage) I don’t
need much to run a basic blog with no traffic :slight_smile:

Thanks!

~Brad

On Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 8:30:37 AM UTC-5, Andrew Penhorwood wrote:

I looked over the spec of the Brix from gigabyte. That should run Lucee
very well. The limiting factor would be the amount of memory you install
on the box.

http://www.gigabyte.us/products/list.aspx?s=47&ck=104

Andrew Penhorwood

On Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 6:42:45 AM UTC-4, DMan wrote:

Basically I want to have a mini dev server with lucee and mysql as I
find developing locally a bit awkward.
I’m thinking of a tiny form factor, fanless box like
http://www.legitreviews.com/gigabyte-brix-get-updated-skylake-processors-thunderbolt-3-geforce-gtx-950m-dual-gigabit-lan_177440

Ahh, well what do you want to do with it. you are now asking a lot from a
mini computer. I can run Lucee but it took a while and it is slow. It won’t
be the next twitter.

Developing is even more intensive as Lucee has to compile your code to
java, and as you change that will be slow. I can’t remember what my Pi was
running at the time (it;s own version of ubuntu?)

I would develop locally then deploy, I can’t see why developing remote
would be less awkward than developing locally?

Regards

Mark Drew

develop • deploy • deliver
http://cmdhq.io

thanks for the replies. So I think we have established Lucee will run on
basic enough hardware but does it run comfortably?

what os are we talking about on the pi boxes? Linux I take it?

Basically I want to have a mini dev server with lucee and mysql as I find
developing locally a bit awkward.
I’m thinking of a tiny form factor, fanless box like
http://www.legitreviews.com/gigabyte-brix-get-updated-skylake-processors-thunderbolt-3-geforce-gtx-950m-dual-gigabit-lan_177440On 27 July 2016 at 11:42:46, DMan (@DMan) wrote:

On Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 10:58:15 AM UTC+1, Andrew Penhorwood wrote:

Cool!!!

Andrew Penhorwood


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Cool!!!

Andrew Penhorwood

I looked over the spec of the Brix from gigabyte. That should run Lucee
very well. The limiting factor would be the amount of memory you install
on the box.

http://www.gigabyte.us/products/list.aspx?s=47&ck=104

Andrew PenhorwoodOn Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 6:42:45 AM UTC-4, DMan wrote:

Basically I want to have a mini dev server with lucee and mysql as I find
developing locally a bit awkward.
I’m thinking of a tiny form factor, fanless box like
http://www.legitreviews.com/gigabyte-brix-get-updated-skylake-processors-thunderbolt-3-geforce-gtx-950m-dual-gigabit-lan_177440

I agree with Mark on this. I am running Lucee 5.1 with the latest Java
1.8.x on my RP2b. The OS is gentoo linux. It is not fast but acceptable.
There is no database installed on the RP2b. I bought two RP3 to be the
database servers. I have not finished the project due to moving to a new
apartment. For me it was more of a learning exercise since the
installation on server level hardware is basically the same on the
raspberry pi.

Andrew PenhorwoodOn Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 6:42:45 AM UTC-4, DMan wrote:

thanks for the replies. So I think we have established Lucee will run on
basic enough hardware but does it run comfortably?

what os are we talking about on the pi boxes? Linux I take it?

Basically I want to have a mini dev server with lucee and mysql as I find
developing locally a bit awkward.
I’m thinking of a tiny form factor, fanless box like
http://www.legitreviews.com/gigabyte-brix-get-updated-skylake-processors-thunderbolt-3-geforce-gtx-950m-dual-gigabit-lan_177440

On Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 10:58:15 AM UTC+1, Andrew Penhorwood wrote:

Cool!!!

Andrew Penhorwood

Oop, thx. I forgot the link! This is what I meant to paste:

http://pi.bradwood.com/blog/performance-tests-show-over-1000-requests-per-secondOn Jul 27, 2016 9:53 AM, “Andrew Penhorwood” <@Andrew_Penhorwood> wrote:

Here is Brad’s website.

http://pi.bradwood.com/

On Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 10:17:14 AM UTC-4, Brad Wood wrote:

Here’s my raspberry pi site running on Lucee (via CommandBox). I can
push over 1000 requests per second to a basic page with a couple lines of
CFML. My ContentBox blog (running on CF ORM) on an H2 in-memory database
will process around 200 requests per second.

Like Mark said, the slowest thing is usually compilation. Startup is
kind of slow at first until it gets going. RAM is also short on supply,
but as you can see in the graph on my Pi site (live updating RAM usage) I
don’t need much to run a basic blog with no traffic :slight_smile:

Thanks!

~Brad

On Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 8:30:37 AM UTC-5, Andrew Penhorwood wrote:

I looked over the spec of the Brix from gigabyte. That should run Lucee
very well. The limiting factor would be the amount of memory you install
on the box.

http://www.gigabyte.us/products/list.aspx?s=47&ck=104

Andrew Penhorwood

On Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 6:42:45 AM UTC-4, DMan wrote:

Basically I want to have a mini dev server with lucee and mysql as I
find developing locally a bit awkward.
I’m thinking of a tiny form factor, fanless box like
http://www.legitreviews.com/gigabyte-brix-get-updated-skylake-processors-thunderbolt-3-geforce-gtx-950m-dual-gigabit-lan_177440


Get 10% off of the regular price for this years CFCamp in Munich, Germany
(Oct. 20th & 21st) with the Lucee discount code Lucee@cfcamp. 189€
instead of 210€. Visit
https://ti.to/cfcamp/cfcamp-2016/discount/Lucee@cfcamp


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thanks for the replies. So I think we have established Lucee will run on
basic enough hardware but does it run comfortably?

what os are we talking about on the pi boxes? Linux I take it?

Basically I want to have a mini dev server with lucee and mysql as I find
developing locally a bit awkward.
I’m thinking of a tiny form factor, fanless box
like http://www.legitreviews.com/gigabyte-brix-get-updated-skylake-processors-thunderbolt-3-geforce-gtx-950m-dual-gigabit-lan_177440On Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 10:58:15 AM UTC+1, Andrew Penhorwood wrote:

Cool!!!

Andrew Penhorwood