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2067 - Perl - lists do so much more than arrays
open (FH,"ac_20090225"); @stuff = <FH>; @interesting = grep(/horse/i,@stuff); print @interesting; In Perl, an @ in front of a variable makes it into a list - and a list variable has the advantages of an array in other languages ... without the disadvantages. And it can do a lot more too. In t ....

2066 - Melksham Industrial
Around about the time of the Second World War, Melksham had a higher proportion of its are given over to industrial use than any other town in Great Britain - my source of this information being the current mayor. And to this day, this quiet little market town has a surprising range of industrial an ....

2065 - Static mirroring through HTTrack, wget and others
Our web site is not best suited to off-line browsing these days - it may be flexible, but if you want to take a copy of it, but it onto a CD, then browse away from the Internet, please resist the temptation. Why is it NOT a good idea to 'blind mirror' us? 1. The Changing nature of our web site. Ou ....

2064 - East of Melksham Countryside
Lisa, Dad and I went out for a walk behind our home yesterday afternoon - the view above is from the fields, looking across to Snarleton Lane. The same sort of scene must repeat itself a thousand times across the land ... but it still has a certain beauty. On the fields across towards Snowberry ....

2063 - Internal Dummy Connections on Apache httpd
Is your Apache httpd log file 'full' of entries like this? xx.xxx.xx.xx - - [02/Mar/2009:05:08:45 +0000] "OPTIONS * HTTP/1.0" 200 - "-" "Apache/2.2.9 (Unix) PHP/5.2.6 (internal dummy connection)" What causes them? Your web keeps a number of spare 'slots' open to process new incoming requests, ope ....

2062 - Virtual hosting and mod_proxy forwarding of different domains (httpd)
Let's say that you want to set up a single web server to look after several domains, but then have parts of those domains served by other 'back room' servers. This diagram give you the picture - a single incoming IP address / server with all the security and logging stuff on it (and probably hand ....

2061 - Tomcat 6 - Annotated Sample Configuration Files
When you download Tomcat, it's pretty much "plug and play" ... once you've got your PATH and JRE_HOME environment variables set correctly. However, it's very unlikely that the default configuration is what you want, or is secure in the way you would like it to be. So you'll require to change the ....

2060 - Database connection Pooling, SSL, and command line deployment - httpd and Tomcat
Yesterday (yes, that was a Saturday!) I was running a tailored Apache Tomcat training and consultancy day - a day on which I cover a lot of standard training material, but did so in relation to a particular application for the delegate(s). Most of what I covered was in our own material (which we c ....

2059 - Sharing the load between servers - httpd and Tomcat
If you're running a lot of traffic through an application, it's possible that one web server can't cope ... not so much because of the traffic levels, but because oomph the computer. Customer's applications range from financial to transport planning. The amount of compute behind the calculation of ....

2058 - Invoker and cgi servlets on Tomcat 6
If you want to use the Invoker or cgi servlets on Tomcat 6, you need to change the privileged setting in the conf/context.xml file - change:  <Context> to  <Context reloadable="true" privileged="true"> If you simply uncomment the Invoker and cgi sections of the web.xml file without m ....

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