Monthly Archives: June 2013

Installing The Galera-Iworx Cluster

Installing The Galera-Iworx Cluster This document describes the installation of the Galera/Interworx cluster. This cluster provides the default Load Balancing that is available within Interworx, and additionally MySQL loadbalancing through …

Jim Perrin: Xen’s triumphant return to CentOS

After a fair amount of work and collaboration, Xen is once again a functional and supported platform on CentOS and it’s doing so with the kind of flare you’d expect. …

Karanbir Singh: Time to add ipv6 to the SPF records

Over the last few days, people complained that some of my email was hitting their spam folder on gmail.com – investigation revealed that gmail.com is now exposing ipv6 based MX …

Karanbir Singh: Project Raindrops and VM appliances

ProjectRaindrops.net allows anyone to submit a kickstart, with a config file and get a VM image, in relatively real time. Most builds are done within 6 to 11 minutes. It …

Pebble and Perl

I’ve been wearing a Pebble watch for a couple of months now. I really like it but, to be honest, it’s the potential that has me most excited. The number …

Installing FreeIPA With Replication

Installing FreeIPA With Replication Do you need a single point to add users within your organization for authenticating to multiple backends like your Linux servers? You’ve probably looked at OpenLDAP …

Removing Modules from Core

I was on holiday last week and missed most of the discussions about removing Module::Build and CGI from the Perl core in the next few years. I hope you won’t …

Perl School: DBIx::Class

Update: I’m sorry to have to announce that this course has been cancelled. I hope to reschedule for later in the year. Tempus fugit and another Perl School rolls around. …