I talked about the joys of running my own mail server last week only to find that my mail server was broken yesterday.
It’s been three long years since the last MySQLTuner release but you’ll now find version 1.
If you push play, the video should scoot out to about the 14m40s mark where MySQLTuner appears on one of the slides.
I enjoy using CPAN because it installs Perl modules with a simple interface, fetches dependencies, and warns you when things are about to end badly.
I was working with a CentOS 5 x86_64 installation running VMWare server last week when I stumbled upon this error:
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One of the most frustrating aspects of CPAN is connecting to mirrors via FTP.
I received an e-mail from Tim Linden about a post he made in his blog about backing up MySQL data to Amazon’s S3.
Apparently, a recent Red Hat Enterprise Linux update for ES3, 4 and 5 caused some Perl applications to throw errors like these: