Bookmarks for 19 ott 2015 through 26 ott 2015

These are my links for 19 ott 2015 through 26 ott 2015:

  • 10 URL Rewriting Tips and Tricks | RuslanY Blog – This post describes some of the tips and tricks that one may find useful when solving URL-based problems for their web server or web site. Each tip/trick has a description of a problem and then an example of how it can be solved with IIS 7 URL Rewrite Module.
  • svn-time-lapse-view – Subversion tool for quickly viewing all revisions of a file – Google Project Hosting – SVN Time-Lapse View is a cross-platform viewer that downloads all revisions of a file and lets you scroll through them by dragging a slider. As you scroll, you are shown a visual diff of the current revision and the previous revision. Thus you can see how a file evolved, and you can easily find the revision at which lines appeared, disappeared, or changed.
  • Windows PE – ThinkWiki – […] In this article we will explain how to create bootable CD-ROMs and USB-flash drives with WinPE using only free software [ via ]

Bookmarks for 7 ago 2014 through 17 ago 2014

These are my links for 7 ago 2014 through 17 ago 2014:

  • jordansissel/fpm – Effing package management! Build packages for multiple platforms (deb, rpm, etc) with great ease and sanity.
  • Linux incrond inotify: Monitor Directories For Changes And Take Action – I want to copy (rsync to remote server) a directory tree whenever file uploaded or deleted in /var/www/html/upload/ directory under Linux operating systems for backup purpose and/or load balancing purpose without getting into complex file sharing setup such as NFS or GFS iscsi storage. How do I monitor /var/www/html/upload/ and its subdirectory for new files and executes rsync command to make copy back to inotify is an inode-based filesystem notification technology. It provides possibility to simply monitor various events on files in filesystems. It is a very much powerful replacement of (obsolete) dnotify. inotify brings a comfortable way how to manage files used in your applications. The incrond (inotify cron daemon) is a daemon which monitors filesystem events (such as add a new file, delete a file and so on) and executes commands or shell scripts. It’s use is generally similar to cron.
  • Use incron to Trigger Action when File Changes – There are some situations, when you need to start an action or run a command when a given file has changed in your file system. The real life example I have is as follows: I have a git repository, from where I manage this blog, I have a remote branch of it on the same server, from where Nginx serves this pages. I also have another remote branch in my Macbook Pro (With the correspondent Time Machine backup). But, I’m a paranoid guy, so I just want more backups. I decided I wanted to backup all my blog files to my Dropbox account.

Bookmarks for 5 ott 2010 through 6 ott 2010

These are my links for 5 ott 2010 through 6 ott 2010:

  • DNS e Postfix: come non generare "spam" | Kreations Collective – […]Ho recentemente configurato alcuni server per l’invio di email. Parte del lavoro ha riguardato la corretta configurazione di Postfix e del server DNS per evitare che le email inviate venissero rilevate come spam.[…]<br />
    La configurazione ha riguardato tre punti principali:<br />
    Impostazione del record A e del reverse address<br />
    Impostazione di SPF<br />
    Configurazione di DKIM e DomainKeys<br />
  • How to build your own CDN using BIND, GeoIP, Nginx, Varnish | UNIXy – In this article, we shall outline the steps required to build a private Content Delivery or Distribution Network (CDN) using a VPS with Varnish Cache and Nginx. The goal is to build a CDN using free, readily available software but most importantly spend the least amount of funds possible. To this end, all nodes participating in this network are going to be virtual machines (Xen, Virtuozzo, OpenVZ, etc). Should you have any questions or comments on the configuration of this CDN, please post them in this forum:
  • Comandi testuali per i sistemi Windows – […] Al lavoro, spesso mi capita di dover eseguire le stesse operazioni su più server, più volte alla settimana. La maggior parte di queste operazioni riguardano utilità di sistema di Windows, come la gestione utenti di Active Directory, o quella del DNS od altro ancora. Certo, un collegamento sul desktop è comodo, ma in talune situazioni può tornare decisamente comodo (e più veloce) conoscere il nome degli eseguibili relativi ad un determinato pannello MMC, piuttosto che l’apposita applicazione contenuta nel Pannello di Controllo.<br />
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    Quello che segue è un elenco della maggior parte di questi comandi, tutti lanciabili direttamente dal pannello “Esegui” situato nello Start Menu di Windows. Alcuni di questi comandi possono essere distruttivi, portando addirittura alla formattazione del disco ed alla conseguente perdita di dati, per cui usateli solo se ritenete di essere in grado di farlo […]