By default, Docker opens up multiple upload or download connections, so that it can move multiple layers of images at a given time. This is a performance boost, when used with a reliable connection. But if your network connectivity is not so reliable, doing one thing at a time and waiting for it to succeed can make sure the number of failed attempts are low, and the process completes comparatively faster. Continue reading “Docker Limit Concurrent Uploads and Downloads: For Unreliable Network Connections”
If you use (You should!) MySQL Prepared Statements, you may not be able to see how the final MySQL queries looks like, within your application, with all the bindings put into place. This is how to view them: Continue reading “Enabling Global MySQL Log in Ubuntu”
Bash autocompletion is disabled inside LXCs by default. This is how to enable it.
Let’s Encrypt is a great service that provide SSL Certificates free of charge. It intends to make more data transferred through the WWW secure. Continue reading “Assigning SSL using Let’s Encrypt to Websites Running in LXCs”
Using Linux Containers (LXC) is a good way to host multiple applications in a single server with separation of resources and applications. Continue reading “Hosting Multiple Applications in a Server, with Linux Containers (LXC)”