These are my links for 27 mar 2011 from 02:00 to 21:07:
rackerhacker/MySQLTuner-perl – GitHub – MySQLTuner is a script written in Perl that allows you to review a MySQL installation quickly and make adjustments to increase performance and stability. The current configuration variables and status data is retrieved and presented in a brief format along with some basic performance suggestions.
Sundry MySQL Scripts and Docs – This script takes information from "SHOW STATUS LIKE…" and "SHOW VARIABLES LIKE…" to produce sane recomendations for tuning server variables. It is compatable with all versions of MySQL 3.23 and higher (including 5.1)
These are my links for 30 gen 2010 through 7 feb 2010:
flashrom – flashrom is a utility for identifying, reading, writing, verifying and erasing flash chips. It's often used to flash BIOS/EFI/coreboot/firmware images. via ossblog
glype proxy script – free anonymous proxies list – Glype proxy script is a free-to-use, web-based proxy script written in PHP. Similar to a typical proxy server, a web-proxy script downloads requested web pages and files and forwards them back to the user. The service is provided by a web page itself, which allows instant access to the proxy without editing your browser connection settings[...]
Repairing and re-registering the WMI – If you experience behavior when using WMI, such as application errors or scripts that used to work are no longer working, you may have a corrupted WMI repository. To fix a corrupted WMI repository, use these step…
Tuning the AIX file caches – Wikistix – By default, AIX is tuned for a mixed workload, and will grow its VMM file cache up to 80% of physical RAM. While this may be great for an NFS server, SMTP relay or web server, it is very poor for running any application which does its own cache management. This includes most databases (Oracle, DB2, Sybase, PostgreSQL, MySQL using InnoDB tables, TSM) and some other software (eg. the Squid web cache).
Common symptoms include high paging (high pgspin and pgspout in topas), high system CPU time, the lrud kernel thread using CPU, slow overall system throughput, slow backups and slow process startup.
For most database systems, the ideal solution is to use raw logical volumes. If this is not acceptable, then direct I/O and concurrent I/O should be used. If for some reason this is not possible, then the last solution is to tune the AIX file caches to be less aggressive
These are my links for 6 gen 2010 through 8 gen 2010:
Tools – Mt Xia – Downloads,Business Continuity,Disaster Recovery,High Availability,Virtualization,Data Center Automation,Audit Response,Audit Compliance,Security Assessment,Technical Support
pWare – AIX Open Source software for IBM AIX 5.3 and 6.1 – AIX Open Source software for IBM System p server (formerly pSeries and RS/6000) machines running AIX 5.3 and higher. My name is Bill Jojo and I work at Hudson Valley Community College where we use a significant amount of Open Source software to manage our environment.
Create AIX NIM master – NIM is better in that you can install a new OS from a mksysb in as little as 5 minutes versus installing from CD which can take 40 minutes or longer. You can also keep your builds consistent if you have one mksysb image to build an AIX server. This also makes server builds easier at remote locations, no more swapping CD’s[...]
AixErrorLogCustomization < AIS < TWiki – AIX has a very flexible error logging daemon to log hardware and software errors. The log is typically accessed with the errpt command. Unfortunately, checking the log is a manual process. Using some custom ODM entries, we can cause AIX to run commands in response to errors, which can then be used for notification. Below I document a simple configuration which uses the ODM to log each error entry to syslog, and forward the complete entry via email.
c99madshell Security Review – Derek Fountain – A friend of mine got hacked recently. Some charming person managed to upload a rogue file to his server and replaced some of the software executables he produces with versions containing trojans and viruses.
It seems there's not a lot of information available that describes just what is possible from an uploaded file vulnerability. So I grabbed a copy of 'c99madshell', which is one of the more popular scripts used by script kiddies, and had a look at what it can do. Here's what I found…