previous post it showed how to setup a 3 node backend cluster, almost automatically. Now I want to show you how I am using it.
Let us extend this with a front-end, or a load-balancer. Single machine the will redirect our requests to any of the nodes.
A highly-available key value store for shared configuration and service discovery.
I’ll show you how to install this on Ubuntu Server 14.04.
I’ve been playing with CoreOS for a few weeks, using the VMWare hypervisor. Luckily there is
documentation to simplify setup.
However this method got repetitive when it came to building
config-drive. Especially when you have multiple nodes.
A while ago we ordered a couple of servers from
These are great little server, they seem very secure.
Only problems with security we’ve ever had was because we used ftp to upload a couple of websites, and the login credentials were captured by some malware. We recommend you use sftp where ever possible over ftp.
Recently I’ve beginning to wonder why I try to support IE6 anymore.
Vista and Window 7 do not support Multiple IEs and never will.
So I’ve just had to install XP into a virtual machine, just to test with IE6. Upon launching IE6 for the first time, I was greated with a broken page. This broken page just happens to be the first page IE7 users see.
Note: This tutorial is based on Html Validator version 0.8.5.2. The details outlined below may not work in future versions.
When I make web sites, I use quite a few different Firefox extensions.
One of the extensions that I use is called Html Validator https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/249
This extension is great.
It main use is to validator the html code when you "view source" in Firefox. It also has secondary benefit is syntax highlighting.
I recently stumbled upon
There is a game called "Make the world a Better Place".
The object of this game is to throw a computer away, as far as possible, inspiring others.
I found myself recently looking for computer games at tesco.com.
Some of the games that I want to get have yet to be released.
I was interested in when they would be released and for how much.
Imagine my surprise when I found out that "Alone in the Dark" was due for release in
EA Games launched Command and Conquer: Kane's Wrath,on 24th March 2008, the prequel/sequel to Command and Conquer: Tiberium Wars.
In the past, I have stated that I would wait for this game to come down in price before buying.
If you are interested, you can
view previously compared Command and Conquer games
However EA were including a Beta registration for Red Alert 3 in all boxes, which is something that I really want to try when it is released.