To setup email notifications when an svn commit is done to svn repository on a linux server, first you need to install perl module SVN::Notify
Once installed you’ll have a utility called svnnotify.
Under your repository’s hooks folder create a file post-commit
/usr/local/bin/svnnotify -r $REV -C -d -H HTML::ColorDiff \
-p $REPOS -t email@example.com --from firstname.lastname@example.org \
Make this script executable by web server and update the email addresses in the above script appropriately. To test the script execute this command
./post-commit path/to/your/repos #
where # is an actual revision number. And you’ll receive an email notification with details of that particular commit.
Help taken from http://help.joyent.com/index.php?pg=kb.page&id=53
In simple terms cloud hosting is done via a large high availability SAN (storage area network) with no single point of failure. This SAN is connected to big hypervisors (or you can call them the hardware nodes) that have a lot of CPU and RAM. Each hypervisor can host multiple VMs (Virtual Machines). The key of this whole setup is that SAN never goes down and if it does there is another one with mirrored copy which takes over. Having a single SAN is of no use so in cloud it must be fully redundant. And if a hypervisor goes down then based on available space the VM can automatically start off from another hypervisor. The data remains on the SAN so there is no delay of moving any data across servers. The CPU, RAM and disk allocation of VMs can be easily adjusted.
Now compare this to single server hosting solution where if the server crashes and the data is not recoverable you have to restore it all from the backup and many times re-setup the whole system from scratch, resulting in long downtimes. You cannot add more RAM, CPU or disk without downtime and there are physical limitations to it.
Today I had to recover some files from backup that were uploaded during a certain time period over night by a developer into production server. To quickly find the files which needed to be restored I came up with this little trick
find ./ -newer somefile
Where somefile was another file which was a reference point to find any files newer than that one. This listed all the new files.
Since I have to do a lot of YouTube uploads as part of my volunteer work, my Internet connection was getting choked causing problem for other work (email, ftp, etc.). Thanks to Mac OS X built-in ipfw I can limit uplink connection based on services, destination ports or IPs! This is just a quick test to limit the uplink for web uploads to 200KB/sec.
ipfw pipe 10 config bw 200KByte/s
ipfw queue 75 config pipe 10 weight 75
ipfw add 100 queue 75 ip from me to any dst-port 80,443
Help taken from Destructive Thinking.
PubSubAgent is Publication Subscription Framework agent. It allows applications to subscribe to RSS and Atom Feeds.
According to Apple, this message is expected and its safe to allow it to connect.
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There is a cyclic dependency for this perl module which is causing problem in installation. You would receive email like this:
Subject: [checkperlmodules] The perl module SQL::Statement could not be installed.
This module is required by cPanel, and the system may not function correctly until it is installed, and functional. Below is the results of the auto-install attempt:
Can’t locate SQL/Statement.pm in @INC (@INC contains: /usr/local/lib/perl5/5.8.8/x86_64-linux /usr/local/lib/perl5/5.8.8 /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.8/x86_64-linux /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.8 /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl .) at – line 1.
BEGIN failed–compilation aborted at – line 1.
Solution of this problem is to install the perl module manually.
tar zxvf SQL-Statement-1.31_002.tar.gz
cd SQL-Statement-1.32 && perl Makefile.PL && make && make test && make install
And verify using
If you want to see what was the password that you used for a particular wifi connection, please check Keychain Access utility. Select System (top left), find the SSID and double click to select it, select Show Password check box, and enter admin password of Mac to see the password.
There are so many icons and launch images required now for iPhone 3 and iPhone 4 (retina display) and iPad, here is a quick reference page in the iOS Reference Library.
To run the query and get a clean output e.g. a single column without any text/graphics around it,
mysql -e “select INET_NTOA(ip_start) from ip_group_city where region_name=’Indiana'” -sN ipaddresses