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MySQL Upgrade Testing

Upgrading MySQL can be a bit of a leap of faith. You hope for everything to go well but really don't want to rely on mere hope to ensure that you don't find yourself with a nasty surprise late one night.

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Some Reasonable Defaults for MySQL Settings

Out of the box, MySQL isn't exactly tuned for resilience on a busy network where things occasionally go haywire.
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Take Your Web Server With You

USB sticks can move files around, but they are slow and cumbersome. Email works too, until you hit that magical file size limit on your email system. How about a portable Web server?

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Hacking with CouchDB

Working with CouchDB is very straightforward. There's virtually no setup involved and no complicated libraries to hassle with.
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Where is Linux's Answer to Microsoft's Small Business Server?

It's funny isn't it? By default, any Linux distribution comes with business server functionality like an e-mail, file, and print serving, but Microsoft still gets the lion's share of the small business server world.
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