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1656 - Be careful of misreading server statistics
Here's a mystery for you. Background Over the past weekend, I was "fighting" server outages on another computer where - about once an hour - the httpd daemon appeared to be running away in some sort of hole or denial of service attack. Tricky one to find, as the temporary fix I had in place was ....

1655 - A date for your diary - 16th July 2008
We're big fans of working with other local businesses which is why we're members of various local business groups, and why we run "Speed Networking Evenings" - they're great for us too! Business to Business Networking Evening at Well House Manor If you run a business, buy from or sell to business ....

1654 - The old sayings are the best (FSB)
My attention has been drawn to an old page about goings on at the FSB and I was reminded of the various happenings in this area last year which I talked about on 13th September, 20th December and again briefly on 18th February this year. I am reminded of the saying "a leopard cannot change its spot ....

1653 - How do Google Ads work?
I came across this rather curious message on the top of a forum that I'm not associated with ... ... and it struck me that I've never given a quick intro (in my words) to how Google Ads 'works'. The Google Ads model 1. Google generates a lot of visitors to its search engine - a huge number of peo ....

1652 - Old Sarum airfield brings back fond memories
It must have been some 15 years ago that I flew with Dick (a retired flyer with rthe US military who had gone on to a distingued career managing their flight maintainance base and in civvy life) from Montgomery field in San Diego up to the back of the LA basin (I am trying hard to remember the place ....

1651 - ls command - favourite options
The ls command has so many options that it's confusing. Here are my personal favourite selection: How to display the information A long listing with ownerships, sizes, dates and permissions - ls -l Names, with * / and @ to indicate executable, directory and link - ls -F Which information to displ ....

1650 - Looking for files with certain characteristics (Linux / Unix)
I was about to use chown to change the ownership of an entire subdirectory tree that had been passed from one user to another. But - hang on - were there any files there that belonged to someone else for any reason? One way to find out - a find command: find . -not -user savethetrain -print " ....

1649 - Easy conversion - image formats, currencies and distances
If you're converting between distances (inches, feet, metres, centimetres, metres, furlongs or perches), between currecies (dollars, euros, pounds, roubles, lira) or between graphic file formats (.jpg, .png, .gif, .xbm, .tiff), chances are you'll have any one of a large number of different inputs to ....

1648 - The tourists guide to Linux
When visitors come to this country for a touring holiday, they'll land at Gatwick and take in London, Stonehenge, Bath, Stratord-upon-Avon, York (pehaps) and Edinburgh. That will give them a flavour but none of the details (and of course they'll miss gems such as Melksham and Radstock). But they ....

1647 - Exchange Rates - PHP with your prices in your users currency
Would you like to tell your user what your product will cost in his local currency? What a great idea, except that exchange rates change! The European Central Bank, though, makes a file of exchange rates betweenthe Euro and other currencies avaialble abnd publicly accessible, and you can pick thi ....

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