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HyperDB with BuddyPress

  • Avatar of w3prodigy
    w3prodigy
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    @w3prodigy

    I’m working on a 3.0 install with BuddyPress and HyperDB… since I’ve integrated the HyperDB plugin activity can be added to the database but it’s not properly pulling any activity from the database. bp_has_activities simply returns false. All the tables except the users and usermeta tables are hosted on the same database as the install.

    Has anyone had any experience integrating BP and HyperDB successfully? Perhaps a solution to my issue?

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  • Avatar of skippybosco
    skippybosco
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    @skippybosco

    @w3prodigy: did you ever get this sorted out?

    I have none of these details, but I do know HyperDB works with BuddyPress. It is in use on this site.

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    ds123
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    @ds123

    @DJPaul can you please tell me what database caching plugin your using to speed up mysql queries on master / slave servers? i’m using hyper db seems to work but i want to use memcache will that help logged in users on buddypress? (ryan’s plugin memcached plugin)

    … my slave server is a stripped down mysql server and nothing else do i need to install memcache on the slave server? (its already installed on the master)

    thanks for any help!

    Avatar of Virtuali
    Virtuali
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    @gunju2221

    can you please tell me what database caching plugin your using to speed up mysql queries on master / slave servers?

    @ds123, your merging topics from http://buddypress.org/community/groups/how-to-and-troubleshooting/forum/topic/speeding-up-buddypress/

    Please keep on topic please, don’t post off the wall questions.

    Avatar of ds123
    ds123
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    @ds123

    @virtuali …. my question has to do with the title of the forum topic hyperdb with buddypress

    Avatar of Paul Gibbs
    Paul Gibbs
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    @djpaul

    @ds123 I have had a client site run with this set up but I was not involved with the web server or other technical details. I would suggest you post on the WordPress.org forums, perhaps at http://wordpress.org/support/forum/wp-advanced, and ask for information or advice on running WordPress in this way.

    Pretty much all the WordPress server advise will apply to BuddyPress (as it’s just a plugin, after all!)

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