On linux you can use different tools like the top command to view the memory usage of all processes.
This top command has different options bound to the keyboard.
Here are some:
To change the sort to Memory, you can press shift M
to change the process scaling you can press small “e”
to hange for the global view you can press shift “e“
On Linux or Android you can open a console and enter
nm -D /path/to/my/library.so
This will show you the functions that this shared object (.so are the .dll Dll equivalent in the Linux world.) offers.
Did you forget your root password for mariadb or mysql?
Are you on plesk?
Show the password: Continue reading
Disabling the patches is different depending on the CPU and Linux distribution / version you’re using or the Windows version.
On some you can disable spectre and meltdown, on some only one of them. Continue reading
As debian didn’t have the most recent version of a project im using and they took ages to add it, i wanted to install the new version, but debian stopped me and told me that other packages are depending on this. (Well it was a compiler and those packages where sourcecode packs and it was a point release… so who cares…)
There is an option in linux to force the install of a .deb file. Continue reading
My WordPress didn’t run and had strange error messages.
I tried everything possible until i’ve found the reason… Continue reading
Firefox on Debian is supplied in the ESR Extended Support Release which gets only a few updates and you have to wait long for anything new to be implemented.
If you want to switch to the most recent Firefox version and not the included Firefox ESR, you can do it like this: Continue reading
WordPress and many of its plugins need to wake up and do some work for example to shedule posts, maintenance, refresh caching and so on.
Normally it does this while a visitor or searchengine requests a page and this slows down this user or searchengine which leads to suboptimal expirience or downgrades on the ranking.
So many people disable this behavior and run a linux sheduler (cronjob) to call the wp-cron.php file by themself over HTTP. Continue reading
Google is punishing HTTP1.1 pages and sites with no SSL in its search results and now also in chrome. Telling the users that this page is unsafe.
To enable the faster, more secure protocol in the most recent plesk, you need to install a Free LetsEncrypt SSL certificate in plesk.
Then do these stepps in your plesk panel under “apache & plesk settings”:
On Plesk starting from version 12.5.30 update #28 you only need to go to your ssh console and enter this command to enable HTTP2 HTTP/2 or also called HTTP/2.0 on all sites that use SSL (HTTPS) and nginx. Continue reading