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Posted on August 13, 2010 at 1:00 pm

Our TTLs are lowered, databases backed up…

Files-a-copying, zones-a-serialized! YARRR we’re on the move! </pirate> Ahem…*cough* ūüôā Now that that’s out of my system. I made a decision at the beginning of this month to move all of my hosting to an Amazon EC2 instance. While nowhere near ideal for web hosting and not really much cheaper than my current hosting arrangements, […]

Posted on March 25, 2010 at 2:21 pm

Pretty Correct Colors!

First off lets go back about a week in time… I am NOT a GUI guy, photo guy, etc.¬† I traditionally have been a systems administrator, lately I’ve gone more whole hog into web application development.¬† But I still don’t do UI.¬† So color has never really felt that important to me.¬† I know my […]

Posted on June 16, 2009 at 2:24 am

Migration Woes

Did a not exactly smooth migration to my new webserver today. Found out that Debian 5/Lenny seems to have completely broken suPHP.¬† It can’t correctly figure out the DocumentRoot anymore for some reason. It complains to error log ‘SoftException in Application.cpp:202: Script “x” resolving to “x” not within configured docroot’¬† – except it is so […]

Posted on April 11, 2008 at 8:52 pm

Seriously Google? MD Hang Equals Barn Sex?

Seriously. WTF? (click the full article to see the screen capture)

Posted on March 31, 2008 at 9:34 pm

TLS-SNI, bless you, need a tissue?

OK so if you try to pronounce it incorrectly people might think you have a cold. ¬†The good news is though that Server Name Identification AKA TLS-SNI will likely be making it into Debian Lenny. ¬†It’s already in Apache 2.2.x upstream but there’s no release with it quite yet. ¬† Now we can do SSL […]

Posted on March 19, 2008 at 9:52 pm

suPHP you!

An interesting default change, coupled with a goof on our part caused suPHP to stop working on one of our customer’s servers. ¬†They removed the hardcoded handler – x-httpd-php, in favor of a suPHP_AddHandler directive. ¬†Compound failure on our part though, we removed the suphp.conf file. ¬†So if you’re upgrading from Debian 3.X to 4.0 […]