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Since OS X server is just an app that runs on top of the standard OS X, you would open the Time Machine system preference pane to see where the server itself is backed up and which files may be excluded. (This is exactly the same as non-server app Macs, but Time Machine knows how to kick off server data snapshots as needed.) In my case, I exclude the large ...
/Volumes/backupdrive/Shared Items/Backups/Other-Machine-Name.sparesebundle Mount it and you will see the familiar backup structure.
The license came back on its own. It's now two days later and I've just noticed.
The Finder can be a problem when you drag huge file & folder structures in the IU. Try using the cp command in Terminal if you're moving many hundreds of files, as it bypasses all the overhead the Finder imposes when manually dragging: cp [source_file] [target_destination] cp -R ~/Desktop/BigFolderOfFiles /Volumes/<server>/<directory> ...
I'm a big fan of MAMP It's a self contained installation of Apache, MySQL, PHP and that you can hack around in to your hearts content and not mess up your system's configuration. I've even hosted websites off of it. Highly recommended!
Good news: it's very easy. First, go to http://www.mysql.com/downloads/ and get the database (it's not included on OS X anymore, Apple switched to postgres). Next, go to http://dyn.com/remote-access/ (or similar) and get a working domain with a dynamic address. Wordpress does NOT like IP addresses, and the webserver will only deliver the server default ...
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