Bookmarks for 20 ago 2013 through 7 set 2013

These are my links for 20 ago 2013 through 7 set 2013:

  • Gmvault: gmail backup – Gmvault is a tool for backing up your gmail account and never lose email correspondence. Gmvault is open source and under GNU-AGPL-3.0. [ via ]
  • SSL Checker – SSL Certificate Verify – SSL Checker This SSL Checker will help you diagnose problems with your SSL certificate installation. You can verify the SSL certificate on your web server to make sure it  is correctly installed, valid, trusted and doesn't give any errors to any of your users. To use the SSL Checker, simply enter your server's hostname (must be public) in the box below and click the Check SSL button. If you need an SSL certificate, check out the SSL Wizard.
  • A Gentoo Linux Advanced Reference Architecture – The book "A Gentoo Linux Advanced Reference Architecture" is meant as a resource displaying the powerful features of many free software solutions that are supported on top of Gentoo Linux. It is a deep-dive approach in many aspects related to processes, supportability, maintainability based on Gentoo Linux system deployments. Unlike the existing, per-application documents that exist on the Internet (and which are a valuable resource to get into the gory details of many applications) and the per-distribution guides that provide information on using that particular distribution, this book will focus more on architecturing IT infrastructure for medium-sized enterprises. Smaller enterprises might find the reference architecture here too expensive or large – however, many services described in the book can be slimmed down into a smaller deployment as well.

Bookmarks for 20 ago 2013 from 02:47 to 02:50

These are my links for 20 ago 2013 from 02:47 to 02:50:

  • WordPress › HyperDB « WordPress Plugins – HyperDB is a very advanced database class that replaces a few of the WordPress built-in database functions. The main differences are: * HyperDB can be connect to an arbitrary number of database servers, * HyperDB inspects each query to determine the appropriate database.
  • ClusterFoundry Blog Highly-Available and Load-Balanced WordPress Cluster – Part 1 – This article explains on how to setup a load-balanced WordPress cluster in a master-slave configuration. The load balancer(HAProxy) sits in front of 2 or more web server nodes (1 Master and 1 Slave) which has the same contents. HAProxy does not only distribute requests, but also checks the health of the services running on the node. If one of the nodes are down, all requests will be redirected to the remaining nodes.
  • Deploying Scalable WordPress – The Official Rackspace Blog – [...] The end result is a WordPress site that uses Cloud Load Balancers, Cloud Servers, and Cloud Files to deliver an easily scalable, modular configuration.[...]

Bookmarks for 16 apr 2013 through 19 apr 2013

These are my links for 16 apr 2013 through 19 apr 2013:

  • Sequel Pro – Sequel Pro is a fast, easy-to-use Mac database management application for working with MySQL databases.
  •’s Blacklists For Squid Proxy. – is the worlds leading publisher of blacklists tailored for squid proxy. The data that we use to generate the blacklists that we offer is compiled from various sources including some of the top security researchers and threat mitigation organizations. We incorporate all of the best publicly available data, as well as aggregate from our own research. Then, the data is combined, parsed for dupes & errors, formatted for squid, ultimately the lists are tested and reviewed in a production environment before being published.
  • RDO – RDO is a community of people using and deploying OpenStack on Red Hat and Red Hat-based platforms. We have documentation to help get started, forums where you can connect with other users, and community-supported packages of the most up-to-date OpenStack releases available for download.

Bookmarks for 12 apr 2013 from 14:46 to 21:36

These are my links for 12 apr 2013 from 14:46 to 21:36:

  • carloslima/dhsnapshot · GitHub – This script was created out of the need to have snapshots-like backups using the DreamHost Backup service, which provides 50GB of space for personal backups but gives very limited access to it's servers. Basically, you have no SSH access, only RSync and SFTP. It can be used to backup any machine: your computer, a server or even a Dreamhost-hosted website. You just need to configure it with the path to backup, your dreamhost backup account and the private key used for authentication and it will create daily backups and keep the last 7 days, 4 weeks and 6 months.
  • palexander/dreamback · GitHub – Dreamback is the easiest way to automate your backups on dreamhost. Dreamhost does not guarantee their backups of your users (though they've saved me with backups before), so it's best to run backups yourself. This is beta quality software. Please report issues if you have them. Using Dreamback is easy: 1) Create a user on dreamhost to manage your backups 2) Log in with your new user 3) gem install dreamback 4) dreamback 5) Answer the questions to setup your automated backup
  • View all MySQL Variables for Pasting into my.cnf – This is really useful for me because I work with dozens of different database servers. The first thing I do is run this command and paste it into the servers /etc/my.cnf file. That way I will always know the original value and it just makes life much easier.
  • How Permissions Work – Permissions are a key component of the Windows Server 2003 security architecture that you can use to manage the process of authorizing users, groups, and computers to access objects on a network.