Site keeps locking up - Help PLEASE!
The only thing that might make this situation unique is that we have 2 I-Frame connections that are porting out to another website which is a windows ASP.net site.
We have looked through the Concrete 5 documentation and cannot locate any information that can help us diagnose the problem. Website ishttp://www.EHSPPO.com
Is the asp site on the same server? Do the 2 sites share a common database server? Could the 2 sites be arguing over common server resources like database connections?
¿Have you tried to enable PHP error log?
If you're running on a virtual server, it would seem not that difficult to setup a virtual LAMP stack -- Centos being the most commonly used web server -- and get up and running.
Don't know if it's still the case, but concrete5 was accepted into Microsoft's Web App Gallery in April 2010.
concrete5 can run quite well on lightHTTPd, nginx and Fortitude HTTP and properly tuned can serve more concurrent connections vs Apache.
The easiest way to install concrete5 on Windows is to use Bitnami's installer, VMWare virtual machine or cloud servers (220.127.116.11):
BTW, CentOS *used* to be the most commonly used Linux distro for web servers, but not since 2011:
Just wanted to throw this out there for informational purposes because I don't believe M$ users should be left out of concrete5's beauty :)
About a year and a half ago, I tried using it as a base for working with an MS-based dev group that found itself with a complex C5 app on its hands. It became clear that the Web App mechanism was a one-way only route for simple websites, fragile, prone to corruption, and not really suited for professional development, IMHO.