grumpy.land, a new TLD

I can’t help but feel giddy about how there are so many new TLDs coming out, creating new opportunities in a market where it feels like every domain you want is already taken. While the introduction of new TLDs and their increased usage may decrease price of getting a new TLD, I can’t also help but ...

Watch Stuff Live!

Watch DDoS live http://map.ipviking.com/ http://www.digitalattackmap.com/ Watch Airplanes fly in live http://www.flightradar24.com Watch ships sail in live http://www.marinetraffic.com/   Just random & interesting sites I found. 😛

Installing Software RAID on Centos 5/6/7 via SSH 11

Considering number of dedicated server rentals that just gives JBOD, setting up your own software raid is quite handy. This tutorial goes over the very basic of how it’s done. All of this should be done under root. Let’s say you have 3 disks: sda, sdb & sdc. The OS is mounted on the sda, so ...

Sphinx Search & Invision Power Board

I just finished tweaking Sphinx (and bunch of other stuff) for a client and sphinx was being terrible with full indexing! So bad on the first time that it brought the site down for a good 15 minutes and maybe another half hour of crawling speeds on the first run. This client’s db is bigger than ...

Webservers & Caches

Webservers & Caches
I’m a graph-diagram-table person. And when someone asks how web servers and caches are mixed, I now have an image to give them!   Now we can visually see how web server interacts with a page cache in apache, nginx & varnish. And how user cache and opcache for PHP are separated by services like ...