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 25 set 2012 through 26 set 2012

These are my links for 25 set 2012 through 26 set 2012:

  • Magento – Optimizing MySQL for Magento (getting better performance) – General Forum – eCommerce Software for Growth – This is more a tips & tricks post based on our recent experiences on

    (original post 2008, updated until 2010)

  • pfSense – Squid + Squidguard / Traffic Shapping Tutorial | HowtoForge – Linux Howtos and Tutorials – In this tutorial I will show you how to setup pfSense 2.0.1 up as a Internet Gateway with Squid Proxy / Squidguard Filtering. I will also show you have to configure some extra features of pfSense like and traffic shapping with squid. This type of configuration would be useful for people who want to set up wireless hot spots or Internet cafe's etc.
  • Speeding up Magento with APC or Memcached – Tutorials – Magebase – We often hear complaints about how Magento is slow and performs poorly. Developers know, however, that performance is relative and that we can do a number of things to speed up a Magento site. This article will focus on configuring and using APC and/or Memcached. We have a resources section at the end of this article with links to more performance optimization techniques.

    The options obviously also depend on the specific hosting arrangement. I will assume for the purposes of this article, that you have control over your hosting server and are able to install the necessary add-ons and make configuration changes to Apache and PHP. If you are on a shared environment, you may have to check with your hosting support if you can apply the tips from this article. But, you know that you should at least be on a VPS if you are running Magento.

  • Speed up Magento with simple config tweaks – At Ionata we’ve been using Magento for quite a while now and the more sites we added, the slower our server seemed to become. Magento is quite a big chunk of software and can take up a lot of resources. However after doing some research and carefully tweaking our server configurations, we were pretty amazed to find performance gains of several hundred percent only by changing some settings.

    In this post you’ll find a summary of settings that can boost the speed and responsiveness of your Magento installation. Optimisation can be done for PHP, MySQL, Apache and Magento itself.

  • Apache 2 Basic Configuration on Unix-Like Systems | Nettuts+ – The Apache server is a service that runs in the background, waiting for requests from clients connecting to the ports it listens to, in order to take action. Apache either responds to those requests, or leaves related notes in its log files. Its behavior is controlled through its configuration, using what is known as directives (among other things). We’ll discuss the most basic directives in this article.

Bookmarks for 2 ago 2012 through 3 ago 2012

These are my links for 2 ago 2012 through 3 ago 2012:

  • andihofmeister/squidGuard · GitHub – squidGuard cleanup/rewrite

    The version here is a rewrite of most of the code. While it provides (almost) all features found in SG 1.5, the configuration is not entirely compatible.
    This repostiroy does NOT contain an official version of squidGuard (see below)

  • eAccelerator – eAccelerator is a free open-source PHP accelerator & optimizer. It increases the performance of PHP scripts by caching them in their compiled state, so that the overhead of compiling is almost completely eliminated. It also optimizes scripts to speed up their execution. eAccelerator typically reduces server load and increases the speed of your PHP code by 1-10 times.
  • Server World – Build Network Server – This site explains how to build home server connected to internet with static IP address. You need to get at least one static IP address from your ISP. Please make sure the terms of use from your ISP, and Get one or some IP addresses if possibles. It's possible to build a network server, not with static IP address but with dynamic IP address by using Dynamic DNS, though. But I don't recommend it because there are some limits. It's the best to get at least one static IP address in order to build a network server, there is no limit. To get one static IP address is not so high costs. It's easy to build network server at your home.
    This site explains how to configure a server with commands basically, not with Graphical User Interfaces.