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Great presentation on Nginx: Cranking Nginx to 11 – DPC 2012

New job uses Nginx a lot so been reading up on this topic and came across this presentation on Nginx which I thought was worthy or reposting.

Link to original presentation: https://speakerdeck.com/u/helgi/p/cranking-nginx-to-11-dpc-2012

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Powerful Validation from Respect

All developers have had to, and one time or another, write a validation class. Over the years, I’ve personally tweaked my own validation class and it has become a pretty standard part of all my coding project; However that may all change now.

Respect is not the first PHP validation class to hit the tubes of the Net but it does appear to be one of the better implemented and flexible ones out there.

More powerful Validation from Respect – http://pulsene.ws/1atzk

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Microsoft and Zend

More for my geek friends. This is old news but if you haven’t heard.

Microsoft and Zend Technologies Announce Technical Collaboration to Improve Interoperability of PHP on the Windows Server Platform / 10 / 2006 / Announcements / Zend News / Company / Zend.com

REDMOND, Wash., and CUPERTINO, Calif. — Oct. 31, 2006 — Microsoft Corp. and Zend Technologies Inc. today announced a technical collaboration to enhance the experience of running the PHP scripting language on Windows Server® 2003. The parties expect to extend the collaboration to the next version of Windows Server, code-named “Longhorn.” The resulting technology enhancements and ongoing interaction with the PHP community is expected to enable customers to take advantage of the Windows Server platform. The cooperative effort seeks to provide customers with richer functionality and better integration, resulting in improved performance and increased reliability.

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Fatal error: Call to undefined function: pn_dbmsgerror()

Had a strange error message on one of the sites I manage. It said “Fatal error: Call to undefined function: pn_dbmsgerror()”. This is a Post Nuke CMS system and the error occurred after a reboot to the physical server and we made some space on a partition that had filled up.

Turned out the problem was a corrupted table in the Post Nuke database. The table _referer got twisted and didn’t know what it wanted to do with itself. This table is only used for tracking where people come from who visit your site, so since I had a back up of the database, I just nuked the table and copied over the table from the back up database. That got everything up and running again perfectly.

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