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  1. I think this Revive Adserver is great and can get it working with several 3rd party networks, except for Facebook audience. Facebook recently opened their advertising to mobile sites. If I create two banners, one for AdSense, and one for Facebook, and put them in the same zone, Revive Adserver will serve a blank ad constantly for Facebook, but serves AdSense fine. Anyone have any idea as to why this is happening? I'm not using this for the same reason everyone else is. The only thing I want to use it for is ad rotation. My server is a 24 core multi CPU dedicated with 16 gigs of ram tha
  2. Hi all. Trying a fresh install of revive on nginx. Got the welcome screen, clicked accept to the terms, and got the check screen prompting me to change some file permissions. I do that as instructed, click retry and am redirected back to the welcome with the GPL terms. I click next and it says "checking system parameters," then refreshes that same screen. Here's my access.log tail: 108.162.215.109 - - [06/Mar/2015:05:55:03 +0000] "POST /www/admin/install.php?action=welcome HTTP/1.1" 302 5 "/www/admin/install.php?action=welcome" "Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_9_5) AppleWebKi
  3. Hey guys, i have a problem and i wasn't able to find anything on google about this. So i loaded revive-adserver for a customer that's migrating from a windows setup, to a centos/percona master-master 2 nodes cluster. The cluster is working just fine, and he is serving google ads from this adserver, however when using both nodes, the impressions number recorded in the db was was way large than he had it before, and also google reported about half impressions as well, so it was clearly something wrong on our end. We removed 1 node from the load balancing, and we're sending all traffic to 1 nod
  4. Hi folks, i couldn't find any resources on this subject or at least no recent information. Im experiencing lots of timeouts in the apache error.logs, even though i increased the timeout settings to a very high amount. But thats not the idea behind this post. When i came to this company, the OpenX adserver was already set up and at version 2.4 oder 2.6 ( i can't quite remember ). During the years it was my task to update and maintain the server, even though i had barely any clue about it when i started. There were no companies or consultings around here, teaching me how to do it and so
  5. Hey guys, I'm having a hard time setting up a large scale setup for revive 3.0.3. I'll explain what I'm doing and see if you could help me out on scaling things out or with something that I'm missing. My current architecture follows the bellow setup: 2x Portal - (EC2 m1.large) = ~ run smooth (30% cpu) from 0-5000 visitors (google realtime) or ~ 600 visits from nginx_status/fpm_status pages PHP+FPM with pm.dynamic and pm.maxchildren 512, with sysctl configs effective setted. no OPCache setted yet. 2x Revive - (EC2 m1.large) = ~ run critical and stops PHP+FPM with pm.dynamic and
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