September 2007

Are You Ready for Logical Volume Management? Posted Thursday, September 13, 2007 @ 8:47 PM by mayhem
IdaAshley writes "Volume management is not new to systems such as AIX and UNIX, and logical volume management (LVM) has been around since Linux kernel 2.4v1 and 2.6.9v2. This article reveals the most useful features of the LVM2 tool, such as how to build and manage volumes, snapshot a backup, and ways to simplify your system administration tasks."
Use PHP to Create XForms Part 1 Posted Friday, September 7, 2007 @ 1:23 PM by mayhem
LinucksGirl writes "This two-part article series is designed to get PHP developers up to speed in leveraging Web 2.0 XForms forms for their PHP forms development. In Part 1, developers will create the XForms library using PHP, allowing each function to take in parameters and output XForm elements."
Python Attributes and Methods Posted Sunday, September 2, 2007 @ 10:26 AM by mayhem
idaashley writes "In this series of two articles, learn about non-obvious features and misfeatures that have been added to the last several Python versions, with the goal of helping part-time Python programmers uncover the gems while avoiding the pitfalls. This installment adds attributes and methods, descriptors, and properties to the discussion, while the first article covers sequences and comparisons. "
Set up a Web Server Cluster in 5 Easy Steps Posted Sunday, September 2, 2007 @ 10:24 AM by mayhem
LinucksGirl writes "Get up and running with the Linux Virtual Server and's Heartbeat. Construct a highly available Apache Web server cluster that spans multiple physical or virtual Linux servers in 5 easy steps with Linux Virtual Server and Heartbeat v2."