Category Archives: Systems
Computing has never been static and it is clear the numerous options Cloud Computing bring to the table are just starting to be understood. It is also clear there are more decisions than ever before, and we shouldn’t be drunk … Continue reading
Coming off my post about technology and the cool-aid of hype, an article about what the cloud doesn’t do resonated with my thinking. It reminded me of being a kid … “do you believe in magic” … we all want … Continue reading
Hype is in every industry, but in technology this is even more common than in other industries. Or perhaps because technology can often be hard to understand, the lure of easy, fast, simple, and FREE is even harder to pass … Continue reading
We have recently had the pleasure of helping multiple clients fix Joomla sites that were hacked/cracked, and in each case the hacker did not publicly deface the site, spam, or crack passwords (steal CPU)– which is what historically we’ve seen … Continue reading
Many of our clients ask “how should I backup my server?” One answer is that SRI offers managed backups as a part of hosting.
Recently I had an emergency call from a client who said “we restarted Postgres, and the database is not starting.” It turns out that the recently promoted slave, using WAL logging and pg_standby, was never removed from the slave group. … Continue reading