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bio website alixaxel.com
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If you need to, you can contact me at: alix [dot] axel [at] gmail [dot] com

Some of my GitHub repositories:

  • phunction, a minimalistic PHP HMVC Framework.
  • halBox, bash script to bootstrap Debian/Ubuntu servers.
  • ArrestDB, RESTful API for SQLite, MySQL and PostgreSQL databases.
  • genex.js, Genex module for Node.js.

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comment Go(lang) with nginx - Serving Static Files
@gWaldo If your task is parallel in nature, then yes.
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answered nginx mime types and gzip
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comment nginx mime types and gzip
Why do you say that? For instance, for a .woff file, both Google Web Fonts and Wikipedia use application/x-font-woff but H5BP uses application/font-woff.
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comment Go(lang) with nginx - Serving Static Files
That was exactly it, thank you for pointing that out.
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comment Prevent update-manager from overwriting my Configs
@Zoredache: I'm being asked if I want to update my custom config files, but in a server where I don't login that often it can be easy to forget what/why was changed. Example packages include ngnix config files for instance. I wonder how Puppet or other devop utilities handle this. Ideally, I would want the config not to be overwritten unless there was a major change in the config file (new options, version or behavior) but I guess that is asking too much.
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comment SQLite on a production server?
In WAL, only concurrent writers are blocked. Plus the default MySQL engine (MyISAM) also locks full tables whenever there's a write query.
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comment SQLite on a production server?
-1, because I don't agree. I've built and queried SQLite databases of several GB in size and I would never get the same amount of queries per second using MySQL for instance (in the same type of hardware). SQLite can easily do 120k write queries per second if you know how to correctly massage it.
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