I came across an interesting issue at work today. We have a PHP script which monitors a socket on our phone system to save call logs into a database. It’s pretty simple, but it needs to run constantly to catch all the phone calls going through the system. So I did some goggling and found […]
I wrote this article for my work’s public blog – go there and post comments so I look cool 🙂
I know very little about networking and IPv4 addresses… and even less about IPv6. A while ago I managed to set up this server to support my three IPv4 addresses over the one interface – very useful for websites with multiple/dynamic domain names when you manually edit apache virtualhost config files. As a point of […]
I’ve been running Debian servers for a number of years now, and one thing that has always annoyed me is I never know when an update is required. I’ve always liked to keep my servers updated in-case of security patches and the like.