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Gitlab registry and upload problems which Apache as proxy

I use Gitlab CE already for quite a while and started with integrated CI recently. I really love the ability to run tests automatically and see the results...

My new Perl project uses some modules from CPAN, well, more or less every project does, and I started using Dist::Zilla. This is a different story to tell...

However, with Dist::Zilla I'm now able to get all dependencies and test my project properly. What else do I need, yes, a docker container besides a nice .gitlab-ci.yml file.

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Axis2 memory leak on redeploy

For quite a while I'm facing the well-known problem of memory leaks while re-deploying Axis2 Webservices on Tomcat and JBoss.

The problem is that you run out of memory, the PermGemSpace in fact, after some redeploy cycles of an Axis2 based Webservice. The only solution is to restart the server to clean up the memory. While this is not too hard on a development machine, it's more difficult on a production server. Although you most probably won't deploy on a production server too often, it's getting on my nerves.

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Updated Debian Lenny eAccelerator packages again (AMD64)

And again there are some updated packages for eAccelerator 0.9.5.3 on Debian (AMD64)

If you update the packages using my repository you'll get them anyway.

Update: I finally created the 0.9.6 packages for AMD64.

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Updated Debian Lenny eAccelerator packages (AMD64)

There are security updates for PHP on Debian Lenny amd therefore I updated the eAccelerator package.

If you run aptitude update; aptitude safe-upgrade regularly against my repository you'll get them anyway.

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Debian Lenny eAccelerator packages (AMD64)

As I already explained I use the eAccelerator packages from Andrew McMillan.

Unfortunately he didn't compile new packages for Debian Lenny. Therefore I took his work as starting point and compiled the packages for the latest Lenny updates for the amd64. The i386 packages will follow soon.

You can find the packages at my repository or add it to your sources.list

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Nominate ZeroRRD Framework for the Community Choice Award

On Sourceforge the nomination for the "Community Choice Award" has begun and I'd like to ask you to support us nominating Zero RRD Framework for the categories "Best Tool or Utility for SysAdmins" and "Best Project for the Enterprise".

Click on the image below to do the actual nomination and help us to spread the word.

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New release of Zero RRD Framwork

The new release of the Zero RRD Framework is out. You can either update via SVN or download the tar.gz of version 0.9.2.1.

We mainly fixed some installation annoyances and hopa updated the VMware and VirtualBox images. Furthermore we improved the date selection of the start and end date which accepts either rrdtool compatible of human readable dates now. Even a nice looking JS calendar for date selection is available.

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Securely setup subversion (SVN) with Apache

There are a lot of explanations out explaining how to setup Subversion and Apache to work smoothly together. Since I'm a bit paranoid I'd like to give one the needed rights to the Apache user.

But let's start at the beginning and setup the environment before we care about the proper rights.

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HTTP::DAV for WebDAV handling in Perl

I'm currently working on a project where I create a dump file from a data structure using Storable to do the actual dump. This file needs to be exchanged afterwards.

I already thought about an email attachment or uploading the file via FTP, but then I remembered the WebDAV enabled server at my fingertips. Yes, that's the sort of challenge I want to face.

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Zero RRD Framework: Major Release

Finally. Yesterday we released a major update of the Zero RRD Framework at SourceForge.

You'll find the latest version in the Zero RRD Subversion Repository of course, but there's a snapshot available in the Download Section.

Simply download and extract the tar.gz archives for zerod and zero-agent in your /opt folder and follow the manual in the doc folder.

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