Posts Tagged ‘PHP

In high performance web applications you will always have bottlenecks within your application. Identifying these bottlenecks and optimizing is a tedious task and typically show themselves underload. A single bad/unindexed query can bring a server to its knees. A large number of rows will also help to highlight any poor queries, and on very large […]

Introduction Currently I’m working with stock market data, and its quite an interesting topic when we are getting to the point of real time data as it brings a number of new concepts into the mix. The first challenge is to import information from the feeds into our databases (MySQL), whilst this should be a […]

recently read “Binaries Belong in the Database Too” on, and thought I would shed some light with regard to my experience of storing files in databases. I’m sure many of you have known this to be a taboo practice, and I would certainly agree depending on the database. A project I worked on for […]

It’s been some time since I last posted, due a rather hectic schedule and today I fly off to Loret De Mar, Spain for a week with the lads and two weeks after that to Miami. I’m sure this will help to take my mind of things. As with anything you constantly learn from your […]

I wrote this a while ago, whilst playing with SQL Injection, however a little unfinished, the idea was to try to write out entire files, through an SQL Injection attack. I thought I would expand, on my previous post Exceptions, Exceptions, Exceptions, and see what is possible with a simple a SQL Injection attack. I […]

Well, i’ve been rather busy at work, which is nothing short of typical now, however I thought I would post up a script that I wrote to automate the installation of PHP on Windows. In general I’m a very lazy person, and found it irritating going to the PHP site, downloading and manually installing PHP […]

Plesk API Error Resolved


14 Mar 2006

After upgrading to the very latest build of Plesk the API error seems to have been resolved, and no longer causes an API error of “Domain adding was failed. Error: Can`t resolve ID for IP ()“. Previously: [Server 3]# rpm -qa |grep -i psa-api | sort psa-api-cli-7.5.2-rhel3.build75050130.17 psa-api-common-7.5.2-rhel3.build75050130.17 psa-api-rpc-7.5.2-rhel3.build75050130.17 psa-api-rpc-doc-7.5.2-rhel3.build75050130.17 psa-api-rpc-protocol-7.5.2-rhel3.build75050130.17 Now: [Server 3]# rpm […]

I found this a little amazing, but SWSoft don’t actually fully support their own software. “Unfortunately, SWSoft does not fully support the API that is built in to Plesk and more than likely, they will request that we first perform an upgrade to the latest version of Plesk before they provide any further support.”, Rackspace. […]

Lately, i’ve been reading Advanced PHP Programming, by George Schlossnagle, which I must say is an excellent book. Below is an excerpt, which I find particularly interesting on the topic of error handling. “Production Display of Errors How to notify users of errors is often a political issue. All the large clients I have worked […]

Update: I tested the script in my previous post to generate domains on an alternative server and it worked flawlessly (Not quite sure why, and I need to test further). However, one of the features that are missing from Plesk is to create aliases of domains. Through the Plesk API, you can create a redirect […]

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I have been a developer for roughly 10 years and have worked with an extensive range of technologies. Whilst working for relatively small companies, I have worked with all aspects of the development life cycle, which has given me a broad and in-depth experience.