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MySQL Crashing Under Heavy Load

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Continuing to work on how I performance tune web servers.  One thing I found is that under a heavy load of 50 or more simultaneos requests, an ubuntu process called OOM-Killer would kill some of my processes.  Not that big

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What is whoopsie?

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I have been having an issue where mysql or webmin randomly crash.  I still don’t think I am out of the water on bulletproofing my web stack, but I am getting closer. I came across a process called ‘whoopsie’ in

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Backup MySQL to Rackspace Cloudfiles

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Something that everyone needs and not everyone has is a good backup strategy for your content.  From personal data to web server data, its all essential that we back it up and often times we don’t think about it. I

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MySQLi and Heroku

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The following is an account of my experience with Heroku and mysqli. During my search for platform to deploy an app on for a recent project I was working on, I thought of heroku. Heroku is a platform that is

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