Sometimes it's useful to find the size of all your MYSQL databases. You can connect directly to your database and use this handy SQL query.
One thing I wanted to use when I installed Nagios NRPE, was the Solaris Service Management Facility. Doing this makes Nagios NRPE easy to start, stop, restart and keep running.
In my job as a system administrator, I often have to compare two database text files. This handy perl script has proven to be the perfect tool for the job.
To change the zonepath directory of a pre-existing Solaris zone, you can use the same technique as you would use to move the whole zone from one system to another.
Something I noticed when I added the official code for the Creative Commons license on the bottom of this site, was that it invalidated my XHTML.
The famous “Hello World!” reference, and the first post on my new site. I think I’ll let it stay.