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2209 - Monitoring and Tuning your MySQL installation
How much memory does MySQL occupy? Is it efficient / does it need more memory? Can I tune it? All good questions ... and to make the most of any answers, there's something you'll need to know first about the structure of MySQL. It runs as a series of daemon processes / services, each of which has ....

2208 - A beautiful coastline
I'm home ... after a very long drive indeed. And glad to be home. But truely thankful for the opportunity to train in Northern Ireland, and to have had the time to spend a day looking around before my return ferry. Yesterday (though it feels a lot longer ago) I cut directly across from the Carric ....

2207 - North Antrim Coast - a jewel thats well worth a visit
I've lived my whole life in the British Isles, and I've made a point of looking round wherever I travel - yet on this little group of islands there are still gems for me to find and take my breath away. And I've found one of those gems - or rather a whole string of them - along the north Antrim coa ....

2206 - Spot the odd one out
Many of the lampposts here in Northern Ireland are decorated with signs extolling you to vote as your first preference for "X" or "Y" in the European Parliament elections, which happen next week - a far cry from the subdued interest which we have seen for the South West seats in England. In many ....

2205 - An evening walk in Carrickfergus
Yesterday evening, I walked two miles along the seafront at Carrickfergus and back. Just a dozen miles from the city of Belfast, this is a surprising gem with fishing boats, old quaysides, and a magnificent castle. With so many pictures, made sparkling by gorgeous weather, I didn't know w ....

2204 - Images in a database? How big is a database? (MySQL)
The discussion came up yesterday as to whether images should be stored in plain files or in a database, with one of my delegates saying that he had been strongly advised against a database. That advise is typically going to be correct for a handful of images ... but when you get on to thousands in ....

2203 - Always use su with minus. And where do programs come from?
When you're using the su command to do systems admin work as route, you should always add the - options (minus sign on its own) to start a new root environment too. This means that the PATH that executable files are found from is replaced (amongst other things) - so you can find things like ifconf ....

2202 - Bright Colours
I was struck by the brightenss of colours this early evening in Whitehead and Carrickfergus - I'm going to let the pictures speak for themselves. But let's not forget the brightness of natural colours too - the vibrant greens taken on Island Magee, just a few minutes earlier, nor the power of bl ....

2201 - Running straight from the jar, but not from a tar
Why can you run applications in Java straight from the jar, but you'll never find mainstream applications extracting their code from a tar file? It all comes down to the different indexing structure. A tar file was originally designed as a "tape archive". So it's a sequential file that contains f ....

2200 - England, Scotland, Northern Ireland
Yesterday I travelled from Melksham to Northern Ireland - a course to give this week. And with equipment to bring, I came on the ferry. Plenty of routes to choose, and I chose to drive up through England (picture is taken at Tebay in the Lake District) and the on through Galloway. With boats bei ....

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