It is already twelve days past. I started a new campaign since March 20. Here is an update of it. From 2019.03.20 to 2019.3.30 Compared with the previous year. Users: 39.76% increase New Users: 39.46% increase Sessions: 45.73% increase Pageviews: 77.61% increase Bounce Rate: 8.54% decrease. These changes are in a good direction. I
After the installation of MySQL server or MariaDB on Ubuntu, I would like to use phpMyAdmin or Adminer to access the MySQL server. But the first time the error comes like below. Access denied for user ‘root’@’localhost’ mysqli_real_connect(): (HY000/1698): Access denied for user ‘root’@’localhost’ Here is the solution to make the root connect to
I am used to using phpmyadmin to manage the MySQL database for many years. Just recently, I saw an alternative way to do it. Adminer, a full-featured database management tool written in PHP. The latest version is v4.7.1 when I write this post.
After the setup of my first Proxmox VE, I need to shutdown and startup your Proxmox hardware node. There are many reasons for this such as adding new hardware or to apply new kernel updates. Before shutting down the Host machine, I have to shutdown the LXC container and all VMs. When I start the
There is another way to do the importing Virtualbox VDI to Proxmox VE 3.5-8. Similar to my previous post. Step 1, Copy the VDI into the Proxmox VE host No need to covert the VDI file to RAW format. Just copy the vdi file into the local folder. For me, I will just put it
I have some Virtualbox virtual machine on my desktop. Now I have Proxmox VE 5.3-8 installed on a separate machine. So I would like to move the VM to Proxmox. Let me list the existing installation. My Desktop, Windows 10 Pro version 1809. Virtualbox 6.0.4 r128413 Guest VM inside of Virtualbox is Ubuntu 18.04 with
It is time to upgrade my desktop. The six years old computer. CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 2400G CPU has 4 Cores, 8 Threads. GPU has 11 Cores Base clock: 3.6Ghz, Max Boost Clock: 3.9GHz Cache: L1 384KB, L2 2MB, L3 4MB Unlocked: Yes CMOS: 14nm FinFET Package: AM4 PCIe: PCIe 3.0×8 Thermal Solution: Wraith Stealth
I check the Nginx error log file regularly. I noticed that a lot of attempted accesses to favicon.ico coming from mainland China. They come from different IP addresses and with different User Agents. Each of these IPs is only doing this, sometimes repeatedly. They are just waste my server’s time and CPU. How to stop