24 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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By Klampaeckel of till's blog 3 years ago.
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nginx-app and php-fpm recipes (along with our launchpad repository ).

Problem?

The other day, I noticed that for some reason whenever our API returned an error — e.g. a 404, for an empty result — it would display a standard nginx error page and not the actual response.

Solution

Digging around in /etc/nginx/fastcgi_params , I discovered the following: fastcgi_intercept_errors on;

So what this does is that it intercepts any errors from the PHP

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By Paar of MySQL Performance Blog 7 days ago.
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Note you can use the "build_percona.sh" in the percona-qa Launchpad project (more on this below) to quickly build an optimized, debug and Valgrind server from source. build_mysql.sh does the same for MySQL server.

3. Now you're ready to go; execute ./percona_qa.sh and watch the screen carefully. You'll likely immediately see some STATUS ENVIRONMENT FAILURE runs. This is quite common and means you have made a little error somewhere a long the way. Stop the run (ctrl+z, …

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…available in our online documentation . All of Percona ‘s software is open source and free, all the details of the release can be found in the 2.2.1 milestone at Launchpad. Bugs can be reported on the launchpad bug tracker .

The post Percona XtraBackup 2.2.1 alpha release is now available appeared first on MySQL Performance Blog .

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By Mike Gunderloy of A Fresh Cup 1 year ago.
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Visualizing memory leaks in Ruby - By patching ObjectSpace and watching them happen.

Introducing BitNami Cloud Launchpad: Demo Your Favorite Apps in the Cloud for Free - One click launchers for a whole mess of open source projects.

Zepto 1.0 - Full release of this "jQuery-compatible micro-library for modern browsers."

Optimising a slow build? You're solving the wrong problem - Though depending on your app it may be the only problem you can solve.

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On carpeaqua by Justin Williams over 1 year ago.
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…called "Springboard". The name fits, but I think a better one is used by OS X: Launchpad. To Apple, iOS is a launchpad for the ecosystem of apps that define the platform. iOS may not evolve much visually year over year, but the third-party software available today is nothing like the apps that shipped when the App Store opened. Something like Hipstamatic which was considered cutting edge and pushing boundaries in 2008 looks bloated and antiquated compared to a Camera+ or Instagram

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By John Leach of Brightbox Ruby Blog 2 years ago.
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All the above packages are available right now for testing in our experimental Launchpad package repository . You can add the repository to your servers like this: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:brightbox/ruby-ng-experimental sudo apt-get update

and you can install or upgrade ruby like this: sudo apt-get install ruby rubygems ruby-switch

If you're upgrading, some packages have been replaced so you will see apt removing some packages (such as rubygems1.8, irb1.8 and others) - don't …

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By John Leach of Brightbox Ruby Blog over 2 years ago.
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We've built Ubuntu packages for the latest release of Phusion Passenger, 3.0.11. They're available now on our apt repository and our Launchpad ppa. Instructions on how to get set up are on our wiki as usual.

Updated NGINX Passenger packages will follow shortly (they'll be available via a separate ppa )

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By Klampaeckel of till's blog over 2 years ago.
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…(sort of) and leverage Canonical's build farm, etc.. There are a few downsides to Launchpad: it's confusing, your PPA only holds the latest version of your build and overall publishing packages could be a lot easier. Which is why I'm so thankful for everyone who takes the time to publish.

Chris Lea seems to build most of the software I need. And he put all packages online in various Launchpad PPAs! Kudos to him!

Here's how you get setup!

Discover the …

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By Klampaeckel of till's blog over 2 years ago.
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On top of these things, it will check Launchpad and third-party PPAs as well, if an issue is found, it'll just disable the entry in the sources file (by commenting it out: # ).

Future releases will probably re-check commented out entries and also attempt to do some kind of sanity-checking of entries using the release name, etc.. These things are hard though and it might be the wrong approach to be opinionated here because e.g. Lucid packages sometimes also work on Karmic. Disabling …

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By Loren Segal of gnuu.org almost 3 years ago.
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I just installed Lion today, though I had been using the Developer Previews for a while now. I like Lion, but some things irk me. I've compiled a list of tips that I use to make my experience more sane, most specifically, clearing the list of apps in Launchpad (which I couldn't find discussed anywhere else).

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