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linkHive (June 9th from 15:14 to 15:14)

Here are the newest links to join the linkHiveJune 9th from 15:14 to 15:14:

  • | Red Hat Cluster Suite – For applications that require maximum uptime, a Red Hat Enterprise Linux cluster with Red Hat Cluster Suite is the answer. Specifically designed for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat Cluster Suite provides two distinct types of clustering:

    * Application/Service Failover – Create n-node server clusters for failover of key applications and services
    * IP Load Balancing – Load balance incoming IP network requests across a farm of servers

    With Red Hat Cluster Suite, applications can be deployed in high availability configurations so that they are always operational-bringing "scale-out" capabilities to Enterprise Linux deployments.

    For high-volume open source applications, such as NFS, Samba, and Apache, Red Hat Cluster Suite provides a complete ready-to-use failover solution. For most other applications, customers can create custom failover scripts using provided templates. Red Hat Professional Services can provide custom Red Hat Cluster Suite deployment services where required.

linkHive (June 16th from 11:38 to 11:38)

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  • Module Rewrite – URL Rewriting guide – Module Rewrite

    Welcome to mod_rewrite, voodoo of URL manipulation.

    This document describes how one can use Apache's mod_rewrite to solve typical URL based problems webmasters are usually confronted with in practice. The Apache module mod_rewrite is a module which provides a powerful way to do URL manipulations. With it you can nearly do all types of URL manipulations you ever dreamed about. The price you have to pay is to accept complexity, because mod_rewrite is not easy to understand and use for the beginner.

  • Mod rewrite syntax Tutorial – Mod Rewrite Regular Expressions – The key to good mod rewritting is patterns. Patterns in your urls are how we are going to distinguish what to rewrite and what not to rewrite. We'll get to that later, first we'll need to go over the basics of the mod rewrite syntax.

linkHive (May 25th from 14:41 to 14:41)

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  • The Rsync Algorithm – The Rsync Algorithm

    21 July, 2000

    Dr. Andrew Tridgell

    This paper describes the rsync algorithm, which provides a nice way to remotely update files over a high latency, low bandwidth link. The paper itself concentrates on the core algorithm, giving the basic mathematical justifications and characterising the problem. In my presentation at OLS I will concentrate on some of the practical applications of the rsync algorithm, such as the rsync tool and recent work on getting the rsync algorithm into a variety of everyday protocols, such as CVS and HTTP.