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Another PHP programmer responsible for things like the MicroMVC PHP framework.

You may notice that some of my questions run very deep into the heart of certain issues because I strive for the highest optimization that is possible in my apps.

Nov
10
comment Postfix server configuration values explained?
More info about myorigin.
Oct
17
revised Cleaning up my configs with try_files in Nginx 0.8.54-4
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Oct
17
accepted Cleaning up my configs with try_files in Nginx 0.8.54-4
Oct
17
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17
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Oct
17
comment Cleaning up my configs with try_files in Nginx 0.8.54-4
@quanta I tried what you just posted but it doesn't work. I updated my question with the new block.
Oct
17
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Oct
14
revised Cleaning up my configs with try_files in Nginx 0.8.54-4
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Oct
14
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Oct
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Oct
2
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
29
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Sep
13
comment Downtimeless MySQL backups on a budget
You can buy servers for a lot cheaper than $150 a month. 7GB does not sound like that much data. You can buy disposable 128MB servers for as little as $1.50 a month and more impressive 1GB ones for about $20. Since there is no need for a query cache you can easily handle plenty of writes with a GB of RAM and a server with an SSD.
Sep
12
comment Bash script to install PostgreSQL
I added your line @Redmumba, and posted the output of bash -x.
Sep
12
comment Bash script to install PostgreSQL
@Tom Shaw, I updated the output.
Sep
12
revised Bash script to install PostgreSQL
Updated output code
Sep
11
asked Bash script to install PostgreSQL
Aug
14
comment If I send data to my computer using its public hostname, does it actually go over the internet?
So basically, "that's the last traceroute he'll ever run"
Jul
9
comment In memory key/value store using integer keys (not string hashes)
I guess that is true, I looked but I couldn't find one. However, storing a 32-bit key (~4 billion) is actually 4x smaller than a 128 bit MD5 (or 160 bit sha1) key hash. The values are either very small strings or integers themselves so they size of the key really does make a difference. Still, I guess I don't have much choice but to throw more RAM at it.
Jul
9
comment Database which only holds indexes and last X records in memory?
Redis comes the closest. If only they didn't keep the data in memory.