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Mar
3
comment Open source server monitoring
Pretty complicated, based on it's manual: mmonit.com/monit/documentation/monit.html#general_operation
Mar
3
comment Open source server monitoring
Munin seems to be pretty slow, actually: Live monitoring link: munin.ping.uio.no/ping.uio.no/comparison-day.html
Mar
3
comment Open source server monitoring
munin-monitoring.org
Mar
3
comment Php: How to enable blowfish hashing on a debian server
Turns out, as you mentioned, that the suhosin php-hardening patch adds native support for blowfish crypt. Since that sidesteps the need to upgrade to php5.3 (which is not yet supported by zend optimizer) I plan to persue that first.
Mar
2
comment How should I set up protection for the database against sql injection when all the php scripts are flawed?
Err, prioritizing tiers of both scripts and tables, that is.
Mar
2
comment How should I set up protection for the database against sql injection when all the php scripts are flawed?
Certainly I plan to secure the scripts, and without modifying any of them, I wouldn't be any better off (apart from a little security through minimal obscurity) than I am now. But it's a huge problem to tackle overall, and I need to get it secure fast, so prioritizing tiers is the only way that I can see to get it secure -enough- to move forward.
Mar
2
comment Auto-login OpenSSH
After the initial learning curve of setup, keys will probably turn your connection process into a one-command/one-click process, they're the way to go!
Mar
2
comment Any cloud storage service that lets us to authenticate the file when we serve the file to our visitors
His business model is simply having them pay for what they use. Sounds fair to me, as long as the usage price is fair.
Mar
2
comment Simple way to undo a lot of table-specific grants in MySQL
That combined with a delete of the user via mysqladmin allowed me to get it into a better state.
Mar
2
comment Enable blowfish-based hash support for crypt
Looks like there's a native implementation of blowfish in crypt() in php 5.3 and up, which is convenient.
Mar
2
comment Php: How to enable blowfish hashing on a debian server
Yeah, I guess it'll just take some tuning of the process to get it to the sweet spot speed.
Mar
1
comment Php: How to enable blowfish hashing on a debian server
Hohoho. Mainly I was curious as to whether any php-native implementation of blowfish was fast, seems like a php implementation might suffer from speed issues. Maybe I'll upgrade on some weekend when I don't feel like going out at all.
Mar
1
comment Php: How to enable blowfish hashing on a debian server
Is this a solution that you've used yourself for password hashing?
Mar
1
comment Php: How to enable blowfish hashing on a debian server
Sounds about right, I'll try the package upgrade.
Mar
1
comment 'Singleton' application - or let the user only launch one instance of a program at the time
If they know the hotkey shortcut for opening new windows, they know enough to let them do what they want.
Feb
25
comment How to get the latest version of git-core on debian lenny
This, I found out just a bit ago, (should have refreshed) is true.
May
14
comment How can I configure apache to cache the images that it is serving? Right now it is giving headers that look like: “max-age=0”
I mean, I'm vaguely aware of amazon's s3 stuff, but I wasn't really aware of any other major push to act as a CDN for arbitrary person.
May
13
comment How can I configure apache to cache the images that it is serving? Right now it is giving headers that look like: “max-age=0”
Err, you mean like a third-party CDN? Do you have one that you recommend that I could use or something?
May
13
comment Default all php generated and apache served pages not to cache
I was sure that ctrl-F5 or holding ctrl while hitting the reload button works too. Might want to test that theory, though.
May
13
comment Where is the best location to keep shared-developer website files in the linux hierarchy?
Right now deployment is simple: git pull It's just that I'd like to keep that simplicity while -not- serving the root of the repository (and instead only serving /www/ and deeper). Thus /var/www/ doesn't work, and I'm trying to figure out where the perfect location is.