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Recently, I had noticed lots of 404 error generated by my wordpress software. My old wordpress tag structure changed from:
/tips/tag/linux_software
/tips/tag/one_two_foo

To:
/tips/tag/linux-software
/tips/tag/one-two-foo

As a result lots of error 404 was dumped into my log file. I wrote a small php code to get rid of the problem.

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It appears that latest php version 5.1.6-20.el5_2.1 under RHEL / CentOS Linux v5.2 has made some major changes. As a result choort jail setup using previous instructions no longer works. PHP is crashing with segmentation fault errors. So I had to trace php errors using strace command.

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Wordpress 2.6 has been released and available for download almost a month ahead schedule.

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This test suite creates a BitTorrent-like transfer between your machine and our server, and determines whether or not your ISP is limiting such traffic. This is a first step towards making traffic manipulation by ISPs more transparent to their customers.

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Gzip compression reduces response times by reducing the size of the HTTP response. This document describes gzipping http traffic which can reduces the response size by about 70%. Approximately 90% of today’s Internet traffic travels through browsers that claim to support compression.

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I’ve already written about merging two feeds using MagpieRSS and FeedCreator php classes. However, I wasn’t aware of XQuery query language that is designed to query collections of XML data. It seems similar to SQL. You can use XQuery to speed your merging and filtering of RSS / atom information (feed) easily. In this tutorial: […]

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Coverity is a company that creates tools for software development. Its premiere product is Prevent, a static-analysis code inspection tool. Coverity offers the results of Prevent’s analysis for free to open source developers. From the project home page: In collaboration with Stanford University, Coverity is establishing a new baseline for software quality and security in […]

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