Bookmarks for 13 gen 2011 through 15 gen 2011

These are my links for 13 gen 2011 through 15 gen 2011:

  • Mysql Tuning for Dummies – […]There is so many people asking how to improve their mysql instance, and also so many replies that increase key_buffer, sort_buffer, cache size… etc… which believe will lighten up the performance. However, fellows never notice those parameters was actually efficient to their setup.<br />
  • Understanding the Zend Framework, Part 1: The basics – Summary:  It has been four years since this series was first published, and since then, the Zend Framework has grown up to become one of the most popular PHP frameworks. Technical alliances with companies such as Abobe, Microsoft, and IBM, have strengthened the support and stability of the framework, which is now used by startups and Fortune 500 companies around the world. This article gives you a high-level view of the Zend Framework, explaining its general concepts and preparing you for the rest of this "Understanding the Zend Framework" series, which goes into the details by chronicling the creation of a new online RSS/Atom feed reader. You won't do much coding here, but for the rest of the series, you should be familiar with PHP.
  • 500 Internal Server Error – 500 Internal Server Error

Bookmarks for 18 dic 2009 through 22 dic 2009

These are my links for 18 dic 2009 through 22 dic 2009:

  • Welcome to Computers-it – A resource for Computers and Information Technology – Articoli vari su linux, aix, TSM, soluzioni a problemi curiosi, note sulle peculiarità (/proc per linux, HACMP su AIX, etc).
  • How to install AIX 5L – Summary:  Get step-by-step instructions for a number of generic AIX® system setup procedures. These instructions should work for any of the AIX™ 5L releases. Variations, if any, should be minor.
  • Welcome to Linux on Power wiki! – This wiki provides a forum for Linux users on PowerPC-based systems. It is oriented at the IBM POWER systems (System p p5 and p6), but topics covering i5 (iSeries), embedded 32-bit based PowerPC systems as well as Apple systems are also welcome.
    There is also an IBM hosted Wiki at – you may find more information on IBM system p5 servers and linux there.