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    Moderating posts due to spam

    The forum is receiving about 5 new spam accounts and threads each day. Therefore, I've decided to moderate all new threads/replies, until someone volunteers as a moderator. If you'd like to volunteer, please reply to this thread. As a moderator, you'll be responsible to keep the forum safe and...
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    Server migration

    LuaForum.com has migrated from Godaddy to Amazon AWS. [x] migrate to aws [x] httpd -> nginx [x] https/tls [ ] email setup
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    Thread Rules

    I. Titles A title should describe the contents of a thread. A good rule of thumb is to write titles similar to what you would search for on Google. Bad title examples: “help please”, “I need help”, “problem”, “few questions”, “error”, etc. Good title example: “Is there a Lua function for...
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    Introduce Yourself

    Hey everyone, I've taken an idea from the Nginx forum to make Lua Forum more fun! New (and old) members can introduce themselves and their Lua experience in Member Chit Chat -> Introduce yourself
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    Official Lua Forum GitHub

    There's now an official Lua Forum GitHub account! Any ideas on what we can build together? GitHub link: github.com/luaforum
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    Reliability in production

    Hi all :) I received this email from the CEO of a company: I've found that openresty lua is very good for MVP and prototyping, but can not be safely used in production. Particularly, socket connections to mysql and redis are dying silently on a high load condition. You connect, check that the...
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    How to add code to posts

    From the menu: 1. Click the three dots 2. Click on "</>" Next: 3. Select the programming language in the dropdown menu 4. Paste your code 5. Click on "continue" Or: Add your code between write: [CODE]Your code here[/CODE] Result: Your code here You can also...
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