Tag: Shared Hosting

Spooling emails with Symfony2 on VPS and Shared Hosting

Sending emails is a very common task in web applications. Signup forms, contact forms, newsletters are among the most used features, but the email send task itself can be a little slow to the eyes of the user. Symfony2 provides us with the tools to send the emails to a buffer, and sending them when […]

April 27 / 2012

PHP 5.3.10 released and available to all customers

The PHP team released PHP 5.3.10 yesterday, fixing a remote code execution vulnerability introduced on PHP 5.3.9. This version is already installed in all Shared Hosting servers with PHP 5.3 and is available to all VPS customers. If your VPS is using our RPM or Deb package repository, you can simple upgrade PHP by running: # CentOS […]

February 03 / 2012
Author Pablo
Category PHP
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Deploying Symfony2 projects on Shared Hosting with Capifony

This article is meant to help you configure and deploy your projects developed with Symfony2 into a Shared Hosting environment, so if you need to deploy using capifony on a VPS, please read this article. Pre-requisites capifony requires you have a ssh connection to your server, so make sure your current hosting plan supports this feature […]

September 07 / 2011
Author Kim
Category PHP, Symfony
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Everybody gets a free upgrade!

Christmas came to ServerGrove early this year. In order to stay competitive and to promote our new Control Panel we have adjusted resources on all our plans. All existing customers will automatically get a bump to their resource levels: more disk space, more bandwidth, same great support. Over the next few days we will adjust the resources for all the existing […]

November 19 / 2010

Deploying symfony projects to ServerGrove shared hosting accounts

Deployment is one of those topics that everybody has a different approach to and whatever works for you is fine. Before going into details, we would suggest that you read the Deploying Applications in the symfony documentation. The approach described in this post is based on this section. 1) Login to the Control Panel and […]

September 27 / 2010