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Any idea how to install OLS in Oracle ARM A1 instance?
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Any idea how to install OLS in Oracle ARM A1 instance?

raselmxraselmx Member

I have been trying to install openlitespeed web server to my oracle ampere a1 ARM64 instance. But I am always getting some errors. Have you installed OLS on oracle arm machines. Also what web server and panel is best for this?

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  • yoursunnyyoursunny Member, IPv6 Advocate

    @raselmx said:
    Also what web server and panel is best for this?

    Caddy server.
    No panel, just write Caddyfile manually.

  • sotssots Member

    Why panel? Is it very difficult to write an NGINX configuration?

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  • skizoidskizoid Member

    aapanel

  • rsoorajsrsoorajs Member

    try aapanel

  • nikozinnikozin Member
    edited July 7

    Avoid hosting anything on Oracle Free Tier, Infact don't even signup for it

    It took me a day to set everything up from firewall, configuring ports and docker, after 2 days they terminated my instance without any reason.

    Ontopic: Oracle has shielded Linux images which contain bloatware/tracking, they basically don't like you running out of the box Debian or Ubuntu.

    What you need to do is to create a bucket, upload a custom image (QCOW2 format) and then create an instance using it - use 'debian' as username on ssh. Then your Openlightspeed installation will go smoothly. It's a painful process, not worth it because they'll suspend your account without any reason.

    I'm still mad, they didn't even let me download the backup of configuration files I spent hours in making.

  • szymonpszymonp Member

    @nikozin said:
    Avoid hosting anything on Oracle Free Tier, Infact don't even signup for it

    It took me a day to set everything up from firewall, configuring ports and docker, after 2 days they terminated my instance without any reason.

    Ontopic: Oracle has shielded Linux images which contain bloatware/tracking, they basically don't like you running out of the box Debian or Ubuntu.

    What you need to do is to create a bucket, upload a custom image (QCOW2 format) and then create an instance using it - use 'debian' as username on ssh. Then your Openlightspeed installation will go smoothly. It's a painful process, not worth it because they'll suspend your account without any reason.

    I'm still mad, they didn't even let me download the backup of configuration files I spent hours in making.

    I installed lots of stuff on mine, even windows for a while and never had issues 🤷‍♂️

  • szymonpszymonp Member

    Exagear can run x86 on oracle btw, works for me

  • @nikozin said:
    Avoid hosting anything on Oracle Free Tier, Infact don't even signup for it

    It took me a day to set everything up from firewall, configuring ports and docker, after 2 days they terminated my instance without any reason.

    Ontopic: Oracle has shielded Linux images which contain bloatware/tracking, they basically don't like you running out of the box Debian or Ubuntu.

    What you need to do is to create a bucket, upload a custom image (QCOW2 format) and then create an instance using it - use 'debian' as username on ssh. Then your Openlightspeed installation will go smoothly. It's a painful process, not worth it because they'll suspend your account without any reason.

    I'm still mad, they didn't even let me download the backup of configuration files I spent hours in making.

    Installed Windows, running 20 websites and apps, even with 50req/s, still run fine. I know it's not recommended to run production sites on OCI, but stop telling everyone should avoid OCI.

  • I am running plesk on arm instanses

  • @nikozin said:
    Avoid hosting anything on Oracle Free Tier, Infact don't even signup for it

    It took me a day to set everything up from firewall, configuring ports and docker, after 2 days they terminated my instance without any reason.

    Ontopic: Oracle has shielded Linux images which contain bloatware/tracking, they basically don't like you running out of the box Debian or Ubuntu.

    What you need to do is to create a bucket, upload a custom image (QCOW2 format) and then create an instance using it - use 'debian' as username on ssh. Then your Openlightspeed installation will go smoothly. It's a painful process, not worth it because they'll suspend your account without any reason.

    I'm still mad, they didn't even let me download the backup of configuration files I spent hours in making.

    Sorry man but I am using this for a year with Google drive backup (just in case). I'm sorry for your loss.

  • @nikozin said:
    Avoid hosting anything on Oracle Free Tier, Infact don't even signup for it

    It took me a day to set everything up from firewall, configuring ports and docker, after 2 days they terminated my instance without any reason.

    Ontopic: Oracle has shielded Linux images which contain bloatware/tracking, they basically don't like you running out of the box Debian or Ubuntu.

    What you need to do is to create a bucket, upload a custom image (QCOW2 format) and then create an instance using it - use 'debian' as username on ssh. Then your Openlightspeed installation will go smoothly. It's a painful process, not worth it because they'll suspend your account without any reason.

    I'm still mad, they didn't even let me download the backup of configuration files I spent hours in making.

    It’s a hit or miss essentially. My first account was banned in two weeks and the VMs were idling. Second one is up for a while now, running seedbox +Plex on non arm instance.

  • @jmaxwell said:

    @nikozin said:
    Avoid hosting anything on Oracle Free Tier, Infact don't even signup for it

    It took me a day to set everything up from firewall, configuring ports and docker, after 2 days they terminated my instance without any reason.

    Ontopic: Oracle has shielded Linux images which contain bloatware/tracking, they basically don't like you running out of the box Debian or Ubuntu.

    What you need to do is to create a bucket, upload a custom image (QCOW2 format) and then create an instance using it - use 'debian' as username on ssh. Then your Openlightspeed installation will go smoothly. It's a painful process, not worth it because they'll suspend your account without any reason.

    I'm still mad, they didn't even let me download the backup of configuration files I spent hours in making.

    It’s a hit or miss essentially. My first account was banned in two weeks and the VMs were idling. Second one is up for a while now, running seedbox +Plex on non arm instance.

    I am just hosting my small website that no one visits 😂 maybe that is why, it is okay.

  • @raselmx said:

    @jmaxwell said:

    @nikozin said:
    Avoid hosting anything on Oracle Free Tier, Infact don't even signup for it

    It took me a day to set everything up from firewall, configuring ports and docker, after 2 days they terminated my instance without any reason.

    Ontopic: Oracle has shielded Linux images which contain bloatware/tracking, they basically don't like you running out of the box Debian or Ubuntu.

    What you need to do is to create a bucket, upload a custom image (QCOW2 format) and then create an instance using it - use 'debian' as username on ssh. Then your Openlightspeed installation will go smoothly. It's a painful process, not worth it because they'll suspend your account without any reason.

    I'm still mad, they didn't even let me download the backup of configuration files I spent hours in making.

    It’s a hit or miss essentially. My first account was banned in two weeks and the VMs were idling. Second one is up for a while now, running seedbox +Plex on non arm instance.

    I am just hosting my small website that no one visits 😂 maybe that is why, it is okay.

    Maybe. Maybe not. In any case Oracle is infamous for banning accounts randomly.

  • niranjanniranjan Member
    edited September 8

    OLS doesn't support ARM, you can use the AMD instances,

  • I have tried building it, but failed due to few of php's building stuff.

  • Have you tried CyberPanel?

  • FatGrizzlyFatGrizzly Member
    edited September 20

    Okay, I managed to install OLS in Arm A1 instance, but I wasn't able to build php5 for admin side panel. :(

    /tmp/ccttQdoI.s: Assembler messages:
    /tmp/ccttQdoI.s:6729: Error: operand 2 must be an integer register -- `mul x2,v0,v1'
    /tmp/ccttQdoI.s:6730: Error: operand 2 must be an integer register -- `smulh x0,v0,v1'
    /tmp/ccttQdoI.s:7448: Error: operand 2 must be an integer register -- `mul x2,v9,v0'
    /tmp/ccttQdoI.s:7449: Error: operand 2 must be an integer register -- `smulh x1,v9,v0'
    /tmp/ccttQdoI.s:7598: Error: operand 2 must be an integer register -- `mul x2,v0,v0'
    /tmp/ccttQdoI.s:7599: Error: operand 2 must be an integer register -- `smulh x1,v0,v0'
    make: *** [Makefile:784: Zend/zend_operators.lo] Error 1
    

    Edit: I was able to succeed after manually editing Zend/zend_multiply.h
    https://github.com/php/php-src/commit/8c8679207ae5ada8751288e75b78c928a4d34d1d

    Edit2: Works great!

    I can probably write up a tutorial if anyone wants later.

  • My application requires php 7.4 or higher. Any luck with 7.4 or 8.0 ? Also thank you for tutorial seems very informative!

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  • @raselmx said:
    My application requires php 7.4 or higher. Any luck with 7.4 or 8.0 ? Also thank you for tutorial seems very informative!

    yes, i was able to build php 7.4! check my post on thread.

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