The Linux script in this article shows how to search files by content using grep and archive them automatically using zip with relative paths from the working directory defined.(more…)
By default the command
apachectl configtest does not check whether the
defined log folders exist. This causes the config test to give positive
feedback about valid config files, but when restarting apache2 it might fail
due missing folders.
This article covers the checklist I use when migrating a website on a Linux web server. It aims at a downtime of 1-5 minutes.(more…)
Is your Linux web server having (performance) issues? Follow my simple checklist to find the cause so you can start fixing it.(more…)
On Linux, the error “No space left on device” can be encountered while an application writes data when the disk is full. There are times this may confuse you, because it can happen that your disk shows it is not full and has plenty of space available. How can this happen? It’s called inodes.(more…)
For me it has always been a no-go. But having my work requiring me to develop in it for a project, I now acquired hands-on experience. Did I change my thoughts?(more…)
I love my work! Striving to improve and being the best version of myself is something I am very passionate about. In this article I will guide you how to be too!
During the 12,5 years of being a PHP developer there are powerful tools and habits that will always stick with me to be the best possible programmer, professional and person in general.(more…)
Getting the filter values from an grid within the Magento admin can be a tricky task and is not very straight forward. In my case I required these values for a custom order export type to build a proper file name. After digging around in the code I found a way.(more…)
Recently I’ve finished a project called PHP-Minesweeper. It’s an object-oriented PHP implementation of the game Minesweeper I’ve created to practice test-driven development. It was a success as it’s my first hobby project I actually bothered completing due to the fun with this way of developing. There were only minor bugs down the road and I implemented the front-end (HTML) within 30 minutes.(more…)