Today I added the code to the storage report that made it possible to determine MySQL database storage usage by user. This was always meant to be factored in, but it was just logistically impossible until now to do so.
When I first wrote the code that calculated bandwidth billing for each domain, I didn’t account for any SSL domains. Now that I’m actually using one, I noticed the bandwidth numbers weren’t being reported on. Luckily, it was a quick and easy fix.
I’ve brought back to life my foray into web hosting, called MyUnixHost. Though, it’s been reinvented. MyUnixHost is now a pay as you go host. There are a few of them out there in existence, but they are few and far between. I feel I’ve hit a real niche market here. But I guess time … Read more »
The website de oppresso liber has gotten a new design. Be sure you have a look at it. It’s clean with rounded corners and sharp colors. Simply put: It’s beautiful. This is the third design the site has had in its short existence, but I think this one will be sticking around for a while.
“Stand ye calm and resolute, Like a forest close and mute, With folded arms and looks which are Weapons of unvanquished war. And if then the tyrants dare, Let them ride among you there, Slash, and stab, and maim and hew, What they like, that let them do. With folded arms and steady eyes, And … Read more »
It’s been an interesting week-plus. I’m very much a FreeBSD guy. I know it. Like the back of my hand. I can control it. I can make it purr like a kitten (or a Ferrari). Debian, I’m familiar with. But of all the Linux out there, I’m the most comfortable with it. So I’m using … Read more »
This ties in with my earlier post. This article is written by L. Neil Smith and can be found at http://www.lneilsmith.org/howmuchg.html Would you agree to permit adults to buy, sell, read, write, make, listen to, or watch whatever books, magazines, records, tapes, or movies they want, no matter how pornographic — if they agreed to … Read more »