VIM frp upload on saveview story

http://askubuntu.com – I'm working on a middle size PHP application. I'm currencltly switchimg from Netbeans to vim (bc it looks grose on Ubuntu). However, the only thing I do miss from Netbeans is a FTP upload after save. My question is: is there a plugin which automatically uploads on save (or hotkey like ctrl u) in VIM? (HowTos)

How to install PHPWhoIsview story

http://serverfault.com – I am trying to install this plugin but haven't found any docs on how to do so. The project is here: http://www.phpwhois.org/ So far I've figured out I should do tar -zxvf /plugins/phpwhois-4.2.2.tar.gz This unpacked the files to phpwhois-4.2.2 where I found the read me. All I get from that is: 38 Installation 39 ------------ 40 41 Basically, untar the distribution somewhere outside your (HowTos)

Getting RedShift To Workview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – The ideal setup would be for Redshift to start on boot up, and I think I have that part working. The problem is that there is something wrong that causes redshift to not calculate the day/night correctly on my machine.So to start...#ran at 8:27pm Central Standard Time [noahc@breadbox ~]$ date Tue Dec 27 20:27:51 CST 2011This appears to be correct. (HowTos)

PHP-FPM's chroot and chdir directoryview story

http://serverfault.com – I am setting up php-fpm with chrooting enabled. Now I see that there are two options, and I want to know what the exact difference is. The setup has: chroot = /var/www/domains/domain.tld/ ; Chdir to this directory at the start. (HowTos)

I installed php-soap with rpm file on Centos but doesn't workview story

http://serverfault.com – I installed php-soap on my Centos server from RPM file. (HowTos)

Any compelling reasons to perform a "do-release-upgrade"?view story

http://askubuntu.com – I recently performed a "do-release-upgrade" on one of my company's development machines to go from 11.04 Ubuntu Server to 11.10. The process actually downgraded a custom PHP installation and I had a heck of a time getting the dependencies right to recompile to the newer version. That said, I'm a little hesitant to perform the upgrade on our production machine. (HowTos)

Low requests per second using Nginx + PHP-FPM + APC + MySQLview story

http://serverfault.com – I've discovered a bit of an issue when benchmarking my server setup today. My ultimate goal is speed and reliability, which is why I chose nginx coupled with PHP-FPM, APC, and a MySQL backend for the project. Unfortunately, things are not going as planned, when got the following results. (HowTos)

MySQL returning slow queries with result sets bigger than 30 rowsview story

http://serverfault.com – When ever I run a query that exceeds 30 queries the time for the query to run goes from less than a second to over 10 seconds to get data. Example I run a query to return 29 rows, it takes .1 seconds, I run a query to return 31 rows it takes 11.2 seconds. I am running mySQL on Windows 2008 Server Dual Core 2.6Ghz with 3GB of Memory. The machine doesn't run anything else. (HowTos)

How do I configure hMailServer for relaying mail sent to local SMTP onward to GMail?view story

http://serverfault.com – I have just installed hMailServer to enable me to test my PHP code wants to send mail using smtp on localhost port 25, but some parts of the setup procedure and instructions1 are not clear. Guides say, "Add a domain localhost.localdomain". This seems to be horribly over simplified. What domain do I add? (HowTos)

apache error log file on shared hosting accountview story

http://serverfault.com – I have a shared hosting account with no SSH access (only cpanel & ftp) and I have trouble viewing error logs by apache. There is a error_log file in my home directory and I have a feeling that error logs used to go in that directory correctly when I first started working on server. (HowTos)