Monthly Archive: November 2011

Nov 30 2011

Thank you for the suggestions to improve the blog

Most web developers don’t take suggestions from the public seriously. But I do care about your input to my website and the blog. Recently few of my visitors suggested great ways to improve social media integration to promote this blog through comments, “Likes”, emails forwards, etc. As you may have noticed already, I went ahead …

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Nov 28 2011

Adding an IP log code to PHP files

A lot of people want to keep track of who visit their site. There are several ways to collect user data and the most easiest method would be to collect data using a third party company that logs IPs, page visited and other information such as web browser, data, time, etc. Then then data can …

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Nov 18 2011

Update on my servers

Fist of all OMG! My marks for exams roll out and I did some what poor… However, it is possible to pull up a good grade if I study well for the final. Anyway, I am still working on rather upgrading and updating my servers. I am looking in to buying another server specifically for …

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Nov 08 2011

RAID cannot be trusted for safe data storage

Many people think that RAID configuration can protect their data for sure. This is not the case because even RAID 1 have its own problems. The most common problem that many server operators face is that after a drive fail, the rebuilding process take the other functional hard drives to the maximum limits sometimes causing …

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Nov 02 2011

Server RAID rebuilt…

This is actually the continuation my previous update on the server. As I noted in that previous post setting up a RAID 5 with six 146 GB drives and two 72 GB drives was very stupid. But I never explained why this is a stupid idea on my first post. Today we will look at the best way to …

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