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  1. That image you posted is coming through Cloudfront, not Amazon S3.
  2. https://www.exoscale.ch/pricing/#/storage Those guys are in your backyard and it is apparently S3 compatible; so it might be just as easy to use as Delimiter. 100gig storage is $5/month plus traffic costs.
  3. Sure, hang on... https://ipstest.obj.space/twomegtest.jpg
  4. @amator https://ipstest.obj.space/testimage.jpg Knock yourself out. I've found that pingdom tends to indicate slower performance thna what I actually experieince in the browser. I would test with pingdom, and you'll probably see response times of over a 1 second (it is Atlanta, USA to Stockholm after all...), but be sure to just load that link up in your browser and see how it feels.
  5. https://stripe.com/docs/radar This is Stripe's internal fraud prevention system that is now part of the API and so on. It's baked in, you just need to start accounting for the data.
  6. Well, there's nothng to "fix" per se... If your server has open_basedir set in php.ini it needs to allow /proc to be read otherwise I can't get at the memory and cpu info files. Now if there is a bug, it's that I might be caught out in recent IPS changes in how they make apps handle versioning. And that will be taken care of when I bite the bullet, update my dev install, and set a new version number on the file.
  7. Perfect. Looking now (or when I get the pm that is...)
  8. I'll need ACP access for this. PM me pls. (Although there is a tiny bug in the new version. Doubt it is causing your problems though...)
  9. I have not though the underlying code seems solid. I'll be updating this site to HTTPS across the board and turning this S3 stuff on so I'll let you know.
  10. Just updated the download for Spacious Widgets. Just grab the tar file from the Marketplace and then choose upload a new version from the app controls for SW in the Applications area of your ACP. Only two things. Those of you with open_basedir problems still need to allow /proc for pulling cpuinfo and meminfo information but this update fixes any problems with open_basedir and reading how much diskspace you have remaining. The other thing is I added some better text to the full details link. All that does is displays the entire contents of cpuinfo and meminfo. Now if you have the open_basedir problem I mention what you need to do rather than just say undetected. Again, this is in the full details link; the widget itself will still say undetected in those areas. I still (one day) have to go through this and add language vars instead of leaving a lot of this stuff hardcoded...
  11. So can you test again? It's working here. What sites were you trying to add? I should have probably mentioned this but if your site (or a site you are trying to track against) has no SW stats due to low traffic volume then nothing will be displayed. In this example, you can see the top SW embed shows the IPS site has super-low traffic so it isn't being tracked. In the second SW embed beneath, since this IPS site doesn't have any stats, it isn't being displayed at all. The other two sites I added are being displayed however. Also, the sites you choose, if one of them has traffic magitudes above the others, the graph will look like it has a single line up top (for the big site) and the other one or two will be buried at the bottom. Here, let me swap out slashdot.org for google.com... Arstechnica has 30-ish million views a month. Drop in the bucket compared to Google's 15+billion...
  12. @Foolboy Yes, just add /proc and that will fix the meminfo and cpuinfo pulls. Update later this afternoon will fix diskspace display. Just starting the SImilarWeb fix now.
  13. Hitting the sack now. The update will fix some of the system overview problems. Might need to fix the open_basedir stuff on your server. If you could pm me acp access I'll get on this in the morning.
  14. Finally got someone with "shared" hosting to test this against. I say "shared" as if you are using a control panel of some sort to set up everything on your server many times the way you configure websites ends up being as if you are running a shared hosting situation. Same difference. So, update to widgets is forthcoming (next 24 hours) that tightens up a few things. System Overview Widget: 1) open_basedir. A giant pain in the ... Those of you that are on true shared hosting will probably run into this problem. If you see undetected for some of the variables in this widget you probably have this problem. If this is enabled on your server (shared or otherwise) I will not be able to read in meminfo or cpuinfo at all. Centos/Red Hat/Ubuntu these "files" exist in /proc. You will need to add /proc in the open_basedir bit in... php.ini, httpd.conf, or other places depending upon how your server is set up. Those of you using VestaCP will need to edit the configuration templates, then rebuild the website in the control panel, and restart Apache, etc. Everyone will need to restart Apache/etc... when you change these settings. 2) Same problem with pulling diskfreespace as that makes an open_basedir check. Since this is just a check of free space available I changed the directory it hits to make the check from / to your IPS default directory. Gets the same result; bypasses the problem completely.
  15. You can just go ahead and use it if you are feeling it. I'm about to hook up one of my forums with this. If it uploads, reads, deletes, and handles changing storage methods I'm not sure what else there is that can break things... Where it says Amazon S3, just replace that word (in your mind) with Amazon S3 / S3 Compatible