Synology: Increase MariaDB Max Connections and Packet Size

Synology Increase MariaDB Max Connections and Packets

Do you know that MariaDB is configured by default to handle up to 150 connections? One additional connection is used to operate root access, but, if it’s not used for this purpose, then the maximum number of connections for MariaDB is 151. The number of connections that can be accepted by MariaDB/MySQL is determined by … Read more about Synology: Increase MariaDB Max Connections and Packet Size

Synology WordPress 6.3

Synology WordPress 6.3

On August 8, 2023, WordPress 6.3 was released to the public. The latest and greatest version of WordPress is WordPress 6.3 code name “Lionel” and it’s in honor of Lionel Hampton. This version is available for “download” from wordpress.org but not in the Synology Package Center. So, if you want to download and install WordPress 6.3 on … Read more about Synology WordPress 6.3

Manually Update A New Version Of WordPress In Your Synology

Manually Update A New Version Of WordPress In Your Synology

Suppose you have installed WordPress via the Synology NAS Package Center and you have noticed that the installed version is outdated. How can you upgrade your outdated Synology WordPress version to a newer version? Updating WordPress to the latest version (6.4.3) is rather easy. Synology WordPress Package vs Official WordPress Files: When WordPress.org releases a … Read more about Manually Update A New Version Of WordPress In Your Synology

Difference Between WordPress.com and WordPress.org

Difference Between WordPress.com and WordPress.org

It doesn’t matter if you are an expert or not – it’s possible you may not know the difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org. I discovered the difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org later on and, after that, decided to use only WordPress.org because it makes me independent and free. The whole WordPress.com vs WordPress.org thing is … Read more about Difference Between WordPress.com and WordPress.org