This is a quick and dirty PHP script that I whipped up in about 10 minutes, used to show the load averages on the server where it is uploaded.
Here are the load curves for the server that hosts most of my websites at the moment. It is an overworked shared server, which explains why all the curves are through the roof...
The load is updated every minute with a crontab that calls this same script.
Get the source on github
installation and project details
August 27, 2011
I stopped using Wordpress for this blog a long time ago. This is how I did it.
August 17, 2011
Phpstorm allows incoming connection from Xdebug to enable variable inspection, breakpoints and so on in your favorite IDE.
June 29, 2011
Phing, a build tool for PHP, written in PHP, allows one to do practically anything when building your project. Today we write a custom task to update your twitter status upon a succcessfull build.
April 11, 2011
This library allows you to serve cached minimized css to your users without any action on your part.
April 03, 2011
Flickholdr.com takes your chosen image dimensions, your tags, and returns Creative Commons licensed images from flickr that fit your criteria.