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Thread: Stability of NOF10 wrt php and mysql - is it better than NOF8

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    Steve Shaw
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    Default Stability of NOF10 wrt php and mysql - is it better than NOF8

    I'm current a NOF8 user - thinking of upgrading to NOF10 specifically
    hoping it crashes less and won't open at all websites that it seems to
    have damaged, and the fact that it regularly forgets the details for db
    connectors and all other related database commands.

    I've had to rebuild sites so many times, and have resorted to taking
    screenshots of the conditional statements etc that I use to access mysql.

    I plan to switch servers soon and am sure that will certainly result in
    non of the database stuff working any more.

    Apart from this, NOF is great, but would like to here your experiences -
    should I upgrade or stick with what I've got and live with the stability
    issues ? If its no better I can spend the $100 on something else ;-)

  2. #2
    Mike Coombes
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    Default Re: Stability of NOF10 wrt php and mysql - is it better than NOF8


    Spend your money on drugs or gamble it away - it' s safer than NOF10 so
    far. It's causing me major headaaches.

    Steve Shaw wrote:
    > I'm current a NOF8 user - thinking of upgrading to NOF10 specifically
    > hoping it crashes less and won't open at all websites that it seems to
    > have damaged, and the fact that it regularly forgets the details for
    > db connectors and all other related database commands.
    >
    > I've had to rebuild sites so many times, and have resorted to taking
    > screenshots of the conditional statements etc that I use to access mysql.
    >
    > I plan to switch servers soon and am sure that will certainly result
    > in non of the database stuff working any more.
    >
    > Apart from this, NOF is great, but would like to here your experiences
    > - should I upgrade or stick with what I've got and live with the
    > stability issues ? If its no better I can spend the $100 on something
    > else ;-)


  3. #3
    Micah Klesick
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    Default Re: Stability of NOF10 wrt php and mysql - is it better than NOF8

    Personally, I like it a lot. but then, I have 100GB hardDrive and a
    just all around big computer and that may be why it has worked so well
    for me so far.
    I think it is a lot better than 8, which is what I had before.

    Mike Coombes wrote:
    >
    > Spend your money on drugs or gamble it away - it' s safer than NOF10 so
    > far. It's causing me major headaaches.
    >
    > Steve Shaw wrote:
    >> I'm current a NOF8 user - thinking of upgrading to NOF10 specifically
    >> hoping it crashes less and won't open at all websites that it seems to
    >> have damaged, and the fact that it regularly forgets the details for
    >> db connectors and all other related database commands.
    >>
    >> I've had to rebuild sites so many times, and have resorted to taking
    >> screenshots of the conditional statements etc that I use to access mysql.
    >>
    >> I plan to switch servers soon and am sure that will certainly result
    >> in non of the database stuff working any more.
    >>
    >> Apart from this, NOF is great, but would like to here your experiences
    >> - should I upgrade or stick with what I've got and live with the
    >> stability issues ? If its no better I can spend the $100 on something
    >> else ;-)


  4. #4
    Steve Shaw
    Guest

    Default Re: Stability of NOF10 wrt php and mysql - is it better than NOF8

    Well thats clear ;-)

    Reading the other comments in the group, i think I'll stick with what I
    have - I'm converting all the database stuff to straight php - seems
    safer in the long run


    Mike Coombes wrote:
    >
    > Spend your money on drugs or gamble it away - it' s safer than NOF10 so
    > far. It's causing me major headaaches.
    >
    > Steve Shaw wrote:
    >> I'm current a NOF8 user - thinking of upgrading to NOF10 specifically
    >> hoping it crashes less and won't open at all websites that it seems to
    >> have damaged, and the fact that it regularly forgets the details for
    >> db connectors and all other related database commands.
    >>
    >> I've had to rebuild sites so many times, and have resorted to taking
    >> screenshots of the conditional statements etc that I use to access mysql.
    >>
    >> I plan to switch servers soon and am sure that will certainly result
    >> in non of the database stuff working any more.
    >>
    >> Apart from this, NOF is great, but would like to here your experiences
    >> - should I upgrade or stick with what I've got and live with the
    >> stability issues ? If its no better I can spend the $100 on something
    >> else ;-)


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