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A few weeks ago I posted a collection of my best blog entries in 2002, now for 2003:
- Using Custom Tags in ColdFusion - kind of a primer for coldfusion custom tags.
- Right Click - Edit with Notepad - this registry hack lets you edit any file with notepad by right clicking on it in windows explorer.
- Top 3 differences between PostgreSQL and SQL Server
- Cross Platform Tips - some tips for developing ColdFusion apps such that they work on both windows and unix.
Moved Hosts, working on getting my old data from my old host so hopefully we can have that all up and running soon. And also working on a redesign for my site so i'm prolly gonna keep just the blog until that happens we'll see if i get motivated to upload my site later!
So about a month ago we put in a new hosting infrastructure and
me as the sole admin needed an easy way to monitor and keep an
eye on all of my servers and the services and resources of each
So after some digging around I found that an application I use to use was now a new application Nagios. Now this application is great, took me about 2 days to set everything up as it is now, but once I found everything i needed it was great. Nagios uses SNMP Protocol to monitor almost anything on your server. It has a very OO configuration allowing you to reach some pretty complex setups. Mine didn't get too complex so i can't speak to all of that but it was pretty easy to setup once I got the hang of it. After I found these two Nagios Plugin pages I knew I was truely in heaven. …
one of my coworkers sent me this link today, haven't had a ton of
time to play with it but looks pretty sweet.
WWW SQL Designer
Which is a nice interface to GModeler that Grant Skinner made which runs in flash. Gmodeler seems a little more geared to software architecture than db modeling. Both fun and handy little tools
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