One of the features of rkhunter in CentOS that I miss is the ability to update rkhunter‘s property database automatically after yum is run (just like in Debian). This post explains how to implement this feature.
Monit is an utility for managing and monitoring processes, programs, files, directories and filesystems on a Unix system. It is often used to restart daemons on failures and abnormal situation, and sometimes to detect changes into critical files and / or daemon binaries. This article explains how to make `yum` package manager play nice with `monit`.
A recipe to bootstrap an Alpine Linux based LXD container with Ansible.
Sometimes it can be useful to get notified when someone logs into the system via SSH. This article shows several possible solutions how to configure those notifications.
This story was told by my colleague. She had a CentOS 7 server with a bunch of WordPress installations, and she needed to update them all. She obviously did not want to do that manually and preferred to use wp-cli.
In Systematic Error Handling in C++ Andrei Alexandrescu claims that C++ exceptions are very slow. And though I have no doubts because I know the internals of exception handling, it is interesting to see some proofs yourself by benchmarking how fast or slow exceptions are.
Sometimes, unexpected things happen. Your program throws an unexpected exception, which is caught by the framework, which loudly complains but provides no hints as to where this happened. You need to find the source of the exception, and this article will explain one of the possible ways to do that.
One of the things I hate in the PHP Build System is that Makefile‘s it generates cannot handle the cases when a header file changes. In a perfect world, any change to a header file would cause all files depending
This article describes some gotchas you may face if you need to use C++ in your extension.
PHP 5.6 introduced the splat operator, which unpacks arrays or objects implementing Traversable interfaces into argument lists. Its most evident application is to call functions without having to resort to call_user_func_array(). So, which method is faster?