Bookmarks for 26 gen 2012 through 31 gen 2012

These are my links for 26 gen 2012 through 31 gen 2012:

Bookmarks for 5 gen 2012 through 25 gen 2012

These are my links for 5 gen 2012 through 25 gen 2012:

  • MySQL permissions for backup | OpenConcept Mobile Site – It's a really good idea to use a least-privilege approach to most system administration tasks, and especially automated ones. This post describes using a "read only" MySQL user to handle backing up MySQL databases.

    We use mysqldump to backup our databases on a regular basis, using scripts like this one

  • MuckNet » Blog Archive » MySQL Permissions for backup using mysqldump and/or ec2-consistent-snapshot – Using root for your MySQL backups is a bad idea boys and girls. You should dedicate a user to doing your backups. Below are a few options for setting up minimum permissions for your dedicated mysql backup user

    [memento mori]

  • Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware | Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware – Software made the wiki way. – What is Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware? Tiki is a powerful, web-based application, created by a large team of contributors. Tiki is the ideal tool for you to build and maintain your Website/Wiki/Groupware/CMS/Forum/Blog/Bug Tracker or any other project you can imagine running in your browser window.

    Tiki is free, both Free Software (as in "Free Speech") and Free of Charge (as in "Free Beer"), and for everyone! It has all the features you need "out-of-the-box":
    Wikis (like Wikipedia)
    Forums (like phpBB)
    Blogs (like WordPress)
    Articles (like Yahoo News)
    Image Gallery (like Flickr)
    Map Server (like Google Maps)
    Link Directory (like DMOZ)
    Multilingual (like Babel Fish)
    Bug Tracker (like Bugzilla)
    RSS Feeds (like Digg)
    Free Open Source software (LGPL)

    [ via http://www.gpaterno.com/2011/12/23/create-a-secure-intranetextranet-with-tikiwiki-and-securepass/ ]

  • Create a secure intranet/extranet with TikiWiki and SecurePass – Giuseppe Paternò – […]
    In this market segment, there’s still a need for a secure corporate intranet with the need to exchange private information and files. Collaborative places, such as wikis, are perfect solutions to quickly achieve this goal without spending a fortune. I found TikiWiki (http://www.tiki.org/) to suit best in these environments: while extremely easy to use for an end-user through WYSYWIG editor, the complex permission system allow you to set each page access or even show/hide part of the page to a given group of users, which is unique if compared to other solutions
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Bookmarks for 30 dic 2011 through 2 gen 2012

These are my links for 30 dic 2011 through 2 gen 2012:

  • fahd.blog: Find Blocking Processes Using sp_who [Sybase] – If a user has executed an insert/update on a table, but not committed the transaction, other users will find that their queries on the same table hang. This is because the table has been locked and the first user's process is blocking everyone else's.
  • Pocket Survival Guide – NetApp
  • 30 Best Sources For Linux / *BSD / Unix Documentation On the Web – Here are thirty best documentation sites on the web for learning Linux and Unix like operating systems.
  • OpenShift by Red Hat – What is OpenShift?
    OpenShift, is a portfolio of free, portable cloud services for deploying and managing applications in the cloud. Currently there are two application deployment services offered as part of OpenShift; Express & Flex.

    What is OpenShift Express and when should I use it?
    Express is a free, cloud-based application platform for Java, Perl, PHP, Python, and Ruby applications delivered in a shared-hosting model. With just a few commands you’ll be able to deploy your application to the cloud.

    What is OpenShift Flex and why should I use it?
    Flex is a cloud-based application platform for Java EE and PHP. Applications can be deployed on middleware components such as JBoss and Tomcat. Flex is an ideal platform for those who require a greater degree of control and choice over their middleware components with valuable features including versioning, monitoring and auto-scaling.

  • saidar – saidar is a curses-based tool for viewing the system statistics available through libstatgrab. Statistics include CPU, processes, load, memory, swap, network I/O, disk I/O, and file system information.

    "like a small nmon"
    [ via http://www.spippolazione.net/index.php/2011/12/30/saidar ]