Tag Archive: server

May 22 2012

Removing www from your URL

I finally decided to shut down my home based server for HTTP use for good. Why? With all the school work, I don’t have time to fix issues with the system. It comes with an added benefit of having a site that will be up 99.99%(according to the hosting provider’s uptime guarantee.) unless I make …

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Mar 23 2012

Website migration and future of the site

Last week was super busy because I got the flu on top of exams and papers as usual. Each year around February to March I get the seasonal flu. I also had to write the Geochemistry midterm II, which is crucial for my success in the geology program. In the midst of my anxiety over …

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Dec 15 2011

PHP based password protected access point

I found a PHP based script that will protect data from the general public. This is done using a simple PHP script that will terminate the page data from processing in HTTP request if a correct credential is not entered. The key part of this script is that it can be saved in any folder …

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Dec 08 2011

Science section of the main site was updated

Today I add my geology lab final exam cheat sheet information in the Science section of the main site. Feel free to read it at the Science site. It takes time to update all the area of the website, but I do my best to keep up with it. Anyway, let’s talk about some interesting …

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Dec 03 2011

RAID explained…

I did write about my sever structure with a bit of explanation on Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) before. But today I came across an email I sent out to one of my friends explaining how RAID works and what each type of RAID benefit each situation. Today I will post the email as …

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