Hypernode features

  1. The /vendor folder blocked by Nginx

    It's more that I'm curious about other people's thoughts about this. Should the /vendor/ folder (where Composer places it's dependencies) be denied access by default?

    I today found a publicly accessible vendor folder on a just migrated webshop (it had a .htaccess inside /vendor/ to deny access, but Nginx of course ignores it).

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  2. Use Schumacher's mediamock

    Use Schumacher's mediamock for staging environment on hypernode https://github.com/SchumacherFM/mediamock to save space. Also handy for the vagrant box, saves a lot of time to sync

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  3. ssl configuration

    I understand the secrecy for some of the ssl configuration options, but I'd like to be able to control at minimum the cipher suite, dhparams and TLS minimal version. User interface or allowing configuration overrides don't matter to me. It'll be a setup time configuration and a few adjustments over a year dealing with new discoveries.

    As a motivator, I'm currently browsing firefox with Calomel SSL Validator extension, set to 128-bit, PFS and TLS 1.2 only and many sitres, ironically including Mozilla's add-on site, become not available.

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  4. show DB load via control panel

    We have found that migrating from 'normal' Magento host to Hypernode, DB load can be more of an issue. It would be great to get user friendly view of DB load via control panel

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  5. to have hidden directories handled the same as the Byte platform

    I noticed that Hypernode treats hidden directories different than the (regular) Byte platform. The latter allows you to access files within hidden directories - it only denies access to hidden files (i.e. files with names starting with a dot).

    Right now I cannot access files within the .modman directory. I know it's arguable if it's desired behaviour to be able to access those files, so let's start the discussion :)

    My solution would be: document how you can make files accessible within hidden directories through Nginx config (and make it findable by at least mentioning modman in the support doc)…

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  6. A way to easily deploy the code of my projects.

    Like deploy HQ use a hook for example to get the code from the master branch. Or an interface in the byte panel to trigger the deploy

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  7. http://www.webceo.com/

    tool voor seo optimalisatie

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  8. Add mail service

    Mail service will make the package complete.

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  9. Web-based file viewer (through Service Panel)

    So I can have a look at error.log without logging in. Reported by MbM

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