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Solaris On Demand for Sun Partners
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You are an Independent Software Vendor, and you want to develop, port, or test your application on Solaris or OpenSolaris? Sun's online Virtual Lab environment - EZQual - makes it easy for you, and it's free!

The Lab features pre-installed SPARC or x86 processor-based Sun servers with development tools (SunStudio and Netbeans), Java, AMP, memcached, Squid, Httplight, PostgreSQL, Solaris or OpenSolaris, and more.

In addition, thanks to the Sun's Secure Global Desktop, accessing this secure development environment over the Internet is just like running Solaris on your own laptop:

Want to know more? Check out the EZQual web page.

Oswald@Work is now "The TAO of AMP"
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Kai's em novo blog como um funcionário da Sun é agora o The TAO of AMP e os posts mais recentes estão começando a refletir o estilo dele:

Impulsione seu site AMP utilizando mod_rewrite
O Guia de Manga de DataBases

Ainda da tempo para adicionar The TAO of AMP à sua lista de leitura diária.

WebStack 1.5 - Your (L)AMP Stack
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Sun's LAMP support is assembled from two pieces: the L is from our Linux/GNU Support (see SunSolve entry), while the AMP comes from the GlassFish WebStack, which, in its latest incarnation includes Apache HTTP Server, lighttpd, memcached, MySQL, PHP, Python, Ruby, Squid, Tomcat, GlassFish (v2.1) and Hudson (features).

The inclusion of Hudson is a bit of an opportunistic move (more on that in a bit), the rest comprises a well tested, integrated, optimized, and extended component

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First Olio Release
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We have just released the first binary version of Apache Olio for both the PHP and Rails implementation. Both implementations have been tested quite thoroughly now and we think they are robust enough for serious use - especially for performance testing the workloads.


I introduced Olio in a previous post. It is a toolkit that includes a sample web2.0 application implemented in both PHP and Rails that includes a load generator to drive load against the application.


Please visit the Olio site and download the kits. If you find it interesting, I invite you to come join the project.

First Olio Release
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We have just released the first binary version of Apache Olio for both the PHP and Rails implementation. Both implementations have been tested quite thoroughly now and we think they are robust enough for serious use - especially for performance testing the workloads.


I introduced Olio in a previous post. It is a toolkit that includes a sample web2.0 application implemented in both PHP and Rails that includes a load generator to drive load against the application.


Please visit the Olio site and download the kits. If you find it interesting, I invite you to come join the project.

First Olio Release
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We have just released the first binary version of Apache Olio for both the PHP and Rails implementation. Both implementations have been tested quite thoroughly now and we think they are robust enough for serious use - especially for performance testing the workloads.


I introduced Olio in a previous post. It is a toolkit that includes a sample web2.0 application implemented in both PHP and Rails that includes a load generator to drive load against the application.


Please visit the Olio site and download the kits. If you find it interesting, I invite you to come join the project.

Mac users: MAMP now recommended, not XAMPP
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Dear Mac users,

There have been a number of issues with configuring XAMP on the Mac for use with NetBeans IDE, most significantly that XAMP sets the owners of MySQL databases to "nobody", blocking Apache access. Therefore I have changed the Mac OS setup tutorial to use MAMP instead of XAMP. In my opinion, the MAMP setup is more straightforward than the one for XAMP, anyway.

Installing AMP on OpenSolaris
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Hi,

I needed to install AMP on my OpenSolaris laptop to do some PHP development, and I thought some people would be interested to know how to do this.

Here we go.

AMP is available from the OpenSolaris Web Stack project, which also includes other open source components such as Perl, Ruby, Memcached, Lighthttpd, etc.

The nice thing with OpenSolaris is that - assuming my laptop is connected to the Internet - I can use the Package Manager to automatically download and install AMP on my laptop. I access the Package Manager through the menu System/Administration.

Once the Package Manager is launched, I make sure that the Repository is set to opensolaris.org and  I do a search on amp:



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Cool Stack 1.3 is here
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It's finally here. Before you download the release, please do read the documentation. It's over a month late, but hopefully the features will compensate for the delay.
Almost every single component in the stack has been upgraded. Two new packages, CSKpython and CSKnginx have been added. And yes - the python package does include mod_python too.
You can read about the full list of changes in the Changelog.


ruby


Significant changes have been made to the ruby package. In addition to the upgrade to ruby1.8.6p114, we include a number of gems, notably mysql, postgres and mongrel. It should also be easy to install any






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Cool Stack 1.3 is here
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It's finally here. Before you download the release, please do read the documentation. It's over a month late, but hopefully the features will compensate for the delay.
Almost every single component in the stack has been upgraded. Two new packages, CSKpython and CSKnginx have been added. And yes - the python package does include mod_python too.
You can read about the full list of changes in the Changelog.


ruby


Significant changes have been made to the ruby package. In addition to the upgrade to ruby1.8.6p114, we include a number of gems, notably mysql, postgres and mongrel. It should also be easy to install






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Cool Stack 1.3 is here
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It's finally here. Before you download the release, please do read the documentation. It's over a month late, but hopefully the features will compensate for the delay.
Almost every single component in the stack has been upgraded. Two new packages, CSKpython and CSKnginx have been added. And yes - the python package does include mod_python too.
You can read about the full list of changes in the Changelog.


ruby


Significant changes have been made to the ruby package. In addition to the upgrade to ruby1.8.6p114, we include a number of gems, notably mysql, postgres and mongrel. It should also be easy to install






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Where is 1.3?
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I know many of you may be wondering why Cool Stack 1.3 isn't out yet, so I thought I'd post an update on where we are with the release. When I first started talking about this, I was hoping to get the release out in early May. But several things have colluded to cause a delay.

  • We took on a lot for this release. Although just looking at the proposal, it may seem like a simple matter to just update the versions of the various components, underneath the hood, we decided to do a lot more streamlining of the build and packaging process.  Since so many version updates were involved, that also meant more legal approvals.
  • We have a more formal QA process for this release (and for future releases). The good news is that this means we will have a more quality release, but the bad news is that it now takes more time as
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    Where is 1.3?
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    I know many of you may be wondering why Cool Stack 1.3 isn't out yet, so I thought I'd post an update on where we are with the release. When I first started talking about this, I was hoping to get the release out in early May. But several things have colluded to cause a delay.

  • We took on a lot for this release. Although just looking at the proposal, it may seem like a simple matter to just update the versions of the various components, underneath the hood, we decided to do a lot more streamlining of the build and packaging process.  Since so many version updates were involved, that also meant more legal approvals.
  • We have a more formal QA process for this release (and for future releases). The good news is that this means we will have a more quality release, but the bad news is that it now takes more time
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    Where is 1.3?
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    I know many of you may be wondering why Cool Stack 1.3 isn't out yet, so I thought I'd post an update on where we are with the release. When I first started talking about this, I was hoping to get the release out in early May. But several things have colluded to cause a delay.

  • We took on a lot for this release. Although just looking at the proposal, it may seem like a simple matter to just update the versions of the various components, underneath the hood, we decided to do a lot more streamlining of the build and packaging process.  Since so many version updates were involved, that also meant more legal approvals.
  • We have a more formal QA process for this release (and for future releases). The good news is that this means we will have a more quality release, but the bad news is that it now takes more
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    PHP dtrace extension for Cool Stack 1.2
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    We have fixed the issue with the PHP dtrace extension not working in Cool Stack 1.2. As I mentioned in my announcement post, we had already identified the issue but didn't have time to fix it before the release. The issue was that /usr/ccs/bin/ld was being used to do the linking but this doesn't work for dtrace as some initialization code needs to be called from the .init section and this is not setup correctly if we don't use 'cc' to do the linking (rather than 'ld'). 

    So a simple addition to the configure line:
    LD="cc"

    did the trick.

    We now have two files : dtrace_1.2_sparc.so and dtrace_1.2_x86.so posted.



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    PHP dtrace extension for Cool Stack 1.2
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    We have fixed the issue with the PHP dtrace extension not working in Cool Stack 1.2. As I mentioned in my announcement post, we had already identified the issue but didn't have time to fix it before the release. The issue was that /usr/ccs/bin/ld was being used to do the linking but this doesn't work for dtrace as some initialization code needs to be called from the .init section and this is not setup correctly if we don't use 'cc' to do the linking (rather than 'ld'). 

    So a simple addition to the configure line:
    LD="cc"

    did the trick.

    We now have two files : dtrace_1.2_sparc.so and dtrace_1.2_x86.so posted.



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    PHP dtrace extension for Cool Stack 1.2
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    We have fixed the issue with the PHP dtrace extension not working in Cool Stack 1.2. As I mentioned in my announcement post, we had already identified the issue but didn't have time to fix it before the release. The issue was that /usr/ccs/bin/ld was being used to do the linking but this doesn't work for dtrace as some initialization code needs to be called from the .init section and this is not setup correctly if we don't use 'cc' to do the linking (rather than 'ld'). 

    So a simple addition to the configure line:
    LD="cc"

    did the trick.

    We now have two files : dtrace_1.2_sparc.so and dtrace_1.2_x86.so posted.



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    Cool Stack 1.2 Released
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    Finally, it's here. We missed our October 31 deadline, but hopefully that won't matter when you see the contents of the release.

    Short summary of changes in the 1.2 release.

    You can download the new packages from the Sun Download Center.

    Some caveats to be aware of :

    • These packages will over-write Cool Stack 1.1 packages that you may already have installed. All packages continue to install in /opt/coolstack but some of the package names have been changed. Thus, pkgadd(1M) will not know that the new CSKapache2 package will install in /opt/coolstack/apache2 and over-write the contents from a previous Cool Stack 1.1 installation of CSKamp. So, please do save your current installation.


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    Cool Stack 1.2 Released
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    Finally, it's here. We missed our October 31 deadline, but hopefully that won't matter when you see the contents of the release.

    Short summary of changes in the 1.2 release.

    You can download the new packages from the Sun Download Center.

    Some caveats to be aware of :

    • These packages will over-write Cool Stack 1.1 packages that you may already have installed. All packages continue to install in /opt/coolstack but some of the package names have been changed. Thus, pkgadd(1M) will not know that the new CSKapache2 package will install in /opt/coolstack/apache2 and over-write the contents from a previous Cool Stack 1.1 installation of CSKamp. So, please do save your current


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    Cool Stack 1.2 Released
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    Finally, it's here. We missed our October 31 deadline, but hopefully that won't matter when you see the contents of the release.

    Short summary of changes in the 1.2 release.

    You can download the new packages from the Sun Download Center.

    Some caveats to be aware of :

    • These packages will over-write Cool Stack 1.1 packages that you may already have installed. All packages continue to install in /opt/coolstack but some of the package names have been changed. Thus, pkgadd(1M) will not know that the new CSKapache2 package will install in /opt/coolstack/apache2 and over-write the contents from a previous Cool Stack 1.1 installation of CSKamp. So, please do save your current


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    Cool Stack on Niagara 2 Systems
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    Sun recently announced the Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120 and T5220 and Sun Blade T6320 systems based on the UltraSPARC T2 processor.  You can find lots of information on the various features and functionality provided by these servers.

    One other cool feature is that these systems ship with Cool Stack pre-loaded. The Cool Stack 1.1 packages are available in /var/spool/pkg. You can install the ones you want using the pkgadd(1M) command as follows :

    root@wgs40-82 # cd /var/spool/pkg
    root@wgs40-82 # ls
    CSKampSrc_sparc.pkg        CSKphplibs_sparc.pkg
    CSKamp_sparc.pkg          



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    Cool Stack on Niagara 2 Systems
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    Sun recently announced the Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120 and T5220 and Sun Blade T6320 systems based on the UltraSPARC T2 processor.  You can find lots of information on the various features and functionality provided by these servers.

    One other cool feature is that these systems ship with Cool Stack pre-loaded. The Cool Stack 1.1 packages are available in /var/spool/pkg. You can install the ones you want using the pkgadd(1M) command as follows :

    root@wgs40-82 # cd /var/spool/pkg
    root@wgs40-82 # ls
    CSKampSrc_sparc.pkg        CSKphplibs_sparc.pkg
    CSKamp_sparc.pkg          



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    Cool Stack on Niagara 2 Systems
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    Sun recently announced the Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120 and T5220 and Sun Blade T6320 systems based on the UltraSPARC T2 processor.  You can find lots of information on the various features and functionality provided by these servers.

    One other cool feature is that these systems ship with Cool Stack pre-loaded. The Cool Stack 1.1 packages are available in /var/spool/pkg. You can install the ones you want using the pkgadd(1M) command as follows :

    root@wgs40-82 # cd /var/spool/pkg
    root@wgs40-82 # ls
    CSKampSrc_sparc.pkg        CSKphplibs_sparc.pkg
    CSKamp_sparc.pkg          



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    Debugging AMP
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    In a previous post, I mentioned the availability of the dtrace extension for Cool Stack's PHP.  Using this extension and the Cool Stack MySQL, it is possible to analyze the performance of your application running on this stack. At JavaOne, we demoed this using the open source MediaWiki and SugarCRM applications.  dtrace is especially useful in analyzing complex multi-tier applications like AMP. Thanks to Angelo Rajadurai for the creation of the scripts that I describe below.

    Analyzing PHP calls

    So, let's look at a simple dtrace script that counts how many times a particular PHP function is called :

    #!/usr/sbin/dtrace -Zqs

    php*:::function-entry
    /arg0/
    {
            @[copyinstr(arg0)]=count();
    }

    You can copy










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