I used reader.google.com in the past, but it was shut down and I got reminded that it was a free service someone else was hosting. Then I used feedly, but it was not optimal. Tiny Tiny RSS (ttrss) seems like the best solution for me. https://tt-rss.org/ - Tiny Tiny RSS
Most software has stable and devel trees, but for ttrss I (and many others) have been riding on the git tree since years. Just from time to time running 'git pull origin', and sometimes then also accessing ttrss will notify me that a schema update should be done. Just 2 or 3 times I did upgrades of the underlying Debian and lost my database (my fault). So creating a script which regularly fetches the feeds I have currently subscribed is needed..
Just a reminder, so I can restore the feeds if the database fails.
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Many pages are not as social as they should be, they are not offering feeds. ttrss can directly read feeds, but for example twitter needs extra care. I use 2 solutions for it:
Normally, I just update the ttrss code via 'git pull origin', and schema updates are then recognized. For a friend, the schema update takes so long that it runs into a timeout. How to execute the schema update manually?
The single incremental schema updates are in this directory for Postgres: $ ls -rt ttrss/schema/versions/pgsql/ [..] 137.sql 138.sql 139.sql So if one is already on schema 138, one can access the ttrss-db and then execute the code from 139.sql. $ su - postgres [postgres]$ psql ttrss <code from 139.sql>
Alternatively, “php update.php –schema-update” should work.
For me, I was adding feeds over years, and when postgresql updates went wrong, I was unsure which feeds I had subscribed to before. Since then I use this script which exports the current feeds from the database.
PGPASSWORD=dbpassword psql -d databasename -U dbuser \ -h 127.0.0.1 \ -c 'select title,feed_url from ttrss_feeds order by title;' \ >/home/chris/ttrss_feeds.sql
I got logged out after a day and configured this in config.php to prevent that:
FeedIron can do that.
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