We’re continue our day of maintenance at May First/People Link. Click the more link below to say abreast of how things are going.
And another etch upgrade as Debian Etch approaches stable! For this server, having downtime happen earlier (before people come into the office) was the priority.
Drupal is not so easy to move from one server to another.
A big thanks to the Debian MySQL server maintainers for enabling bin logging by default.
I have a love/hate relationship with Nagios. On the one hand, I love how much power there is in the object oriented approach to the configuration files.
Having your network connections called eth0 and eth1 is fine if you are a machine.
I’ll be continuing to post both general interest and tech-related blogs here.
Beginning drupalists will be interested in our new Drupal tutorial, written by Amanda B and available here.
Mailman and Sympa are two very impressive free email list programs.
At our radical techie brunch last weekend, I heard about NoDaddy, a site documenting how someone’s entire domain name was pulled from the Internet by GoDaddy