These are my links for 23 giu 2011 through 2 lug 2011:
These are my links for 8 nov 2010 through 10 nov 2010:
- TOra – TOra is an open-source multi-platform database management GUI that supports accessing most of the common database platforms in use, including Oracle, MySQL, and Postgres, as well as limited support for any target that can be accessed through Qt's ODBC support. TOra has been built for various Linux distributions, Mac OS X, MS Windows, and UNIX platforms.<br />
In addition to regular query and data browsing functionality, it includes several additional tools useful for database administrators and developers – which aims to help the DBA or developer of database application. Features PL/SQL debugger, SQL worksheet with syntax highlighting, DB browser and a comprehensive set of DBA tools.<br />
[ via www.ossblog.it ]
- SQL for Tivoli Storage Manager – This page has a collection of useful SQL statements for IBM Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM). Here you can find out a lot of selects that will help you to get information from TSM and to construct your own SQL statements.
- Cheat Sheet : All Cheat Sheets in one page – The Manual.su's project. All cheat sheets, round-ups, quick reference cards, quick reference guides and quick reference sheets in one page. The only one you need.<br />
[ via http://www.delicious.com/pecus ]
These are my links for 24 set 2010 through 28 set 2010:
- xCAT – Extreme Cloud Administration Toolkit – xCAT offers complete and ideal management for HPC clusters, RenderFarms, Grids, WebFarms, Online Gaming Infrastructure, Clouds, Datacenters, and whatever tomorrow's buzzwords may be. It is agile, extendable, and based on years of system administration best practices and experience.
- CoolSQL-Database-JDBC, Ibatis-Ibator(Abator) – CoolSQL is a cool tool used to view and manage database. It provides a nice user interface which makes a wonderful experience to user. CoolSQL inclineds to view and analyze data in the database, provides abundant functions including querying, modifying, exporting, supporting sqlscript and analyzing data. Convenience and maneuverability are the most advantages of CoolSQL. CoolSQL is written in java, thus it should run on any operating system that provides a Java Runtime (1.5 or above).
- ottimizzazioni (quasi) estreme – In fondo, perché far ricomprimere ad Apache lo stesso file centomila volte al giorno, se questo non cambia praticamente mai? Non sarebbe possibile comprimerlo “a priori” e poi istruire il server a fornire la giusta versione a seconda che il browser dell’utente supporti o meno il formato gzip? A quanto pare la risposta è si
- Trouble-Maker – Being a system administrator is full of interesting challenges. We like this. However, some of these challenges can be problematic, if they cause service interrupts on production systems. Most system administrators have run into the situation where something is wrong, the server is down, and we don't know what is going on. This project attempts to help.<br />
There are a lot of tools out there to make the system administrator's life easier. However, no tool is a replacement for properly understanding the system and experience in troubleshooting unknown situations. This is where Trouble-Maker comes in. Unlike other projects, we do not attempt to solve problems — we cause them.
- iScanner – Remove website malwares, web pages viruses and malicious codes – iScanner is a free open source tool lets you detect and remove malicious codes and web page malwares from your website easily and automatically. iScanner will not only show you the infected files in your server but it's also able to clean these files by removing the malware code ONLY from the infected files.<br />
[ via http://www.bufferoverflow.it/ ]
These are my links for 29 lug 2010 through 2 ago 2010:
- LasCon Storage – TSM Scripting Hints and Tips – Send offsite and recall Copy tapes <br />
Free up tapes which are almost empty <br />
Multiple macro commands <br />
Exporting scripts <br />
Updating Netware Client Passwords
- LasCon Storage – TSM Administration – Tivoli is part of IBM, and they provide a suite of management products for distributed systems. TSM used to be called ADSM and works on the 'incremental backup forever' principle, which takes a bit of getting used to, compared to the more traditional 'weekly full backup and daily incremental' system. With TSM, you backup all your clients to one central data backup server. This makes administration a lot easier, but means you have to limit the amount of data you send over the network. That's why TSM needs to be incremental. A central database records all backup information, and can be used to recreate a whole server if necessary. TSM always keeps at least one backup of every on-line file.
- Shan’s "Fix IT in 1 Minute!" UNIX Admin Blog – Welcome to "Fix IT in 1 Minute!" – Shan Jing's UNIX Administration blog. It covers Solaris, Linux, AIX, Web; Unix/TCP/IP Internal Programming (C/Python/Perl); TCP/IP Protocols and Services (DNS, NIS, Kerberos, LDAP, SSH, Openssl, etc.); Shell scripting,Perl /Web XML/DBMS SQL; Security & Intrusion Detection (nmap,snort); Enterprise Web Middleware and Backend: WebLogic/Tomcat/Java/JSP/Web Applications; Grid Computing, Python/Django Web Framework, etc.
- Techdocs – the Technical Sales Library – This site provides access to the Technical Sales Support organization's technical information databases. It gives you access to the most current installation, planning and technical support information available from IBM pre-sales support, and is constantly updated. You can browse or search these databases by date, document number, product, platform, keywords, etc.