Wednesday, December 29, 2010

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Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Install Windows Vista from (using) Pendrive (100 % working)/ Create a bootable Pendrive or USB to install Windows Vista

Here’s a small tutorial to make pendrives or USB drives bootable and to install Windows Vista using it. This trick come in handy if you don’t have a DVD/CD drive. Installing from a pendrive will make Windows Vista installation very fast. Alternatively here is a Free Utility To Create A Bootable USB To Install Windows 7, Vista & Server 2008. This tool will help you to automate the process of bootable pendrive’s and you can install windows vista from pendriveeasily. If not you can follow this guide to install vista from pendrive.
  1. First you need to format the pendrive or USB drive in NTFS format. (Make sure you are following this guide with windows vista installed)
  2. This can be done by right clicking your pendrive icon and choosing format option.
  3. Now from the start menu right click on command prompt and choose “Run as administrator”.
  4. Now type the following commands.
  5. diskpart .The disk part program windows will open.
  6. Then type list disk.This will show the list of disks in your computer.
  7. Note down the disk number of your pendrive from the list eg. Disk 1.
  8. Type SELECT DISK 1
  9. Now type CLEAN.
  10. Now type the following commands by pressing enter after each one.
  12. SELECT PARTITION 1 (Assuming your pendrive/ USB drive is 1).
  13. ACTIVE
  15. ASSIGN
  16. EXIT(Now the disk partition program will exit). Now we need to give some more commands.
  17. Now insert the Windows Vista Installation DVD and to your DVD drive.
  18. Here i am assuming DVD drive as G and Pendrive as I.(Change it accordingly).
  19. Now type G:CD BOOT
  20. Now type this command BOOTSECT.EXE/NT60 I: to update your USB drive with bootmgr code.
  21. Finally copy all the contents from the Windows Vista DVD to your Pendrive. Make sure you don’t cause any errors.
  22. Now set the boot priority to your pendrive from bios and you can proceed with the installation as normal.
Now vista can be installed on any pc with the help of this pen drive you have just created now.

Speed Up Your Web Site With MySQL Query Caching

One of the best ways to speed up your web application is to enable query caching in your database, which caches commonly used SQL queries in memory for virtually instant access by the next page that makes the same request.
The reason this method is so powerful is that you don’t have to make any changes to your web application, you just have to sacrifice a little bit of memory. This isn’t going to fix all of your problems, but it definitely can’t hurt.
Note: if your application updates tables frequently, then the query cache will be constantly purged and you won’t get much or any benefit from this. This is ideal for an application that mostly does reads against the database, such as a Wordpress blog. This also won’t work if you are running on shared hosting.
Enable Caching with Server Running
The first thing you’ll want to do is make sure that your installation of MySQL actually has query caching support available. Most distributions do, but you should check anyway.
You’ll want to run this command from your MySQL console, which will tell you if query caching is available.
mysql> show variables like 'have_query_cache';
| Variable_name    | Value |
| have_query_cache | YES   |
Don’t mistake this as meaning that query caching is actually enabled, because most hosting providers aren’t going to enable this by default. Oddly enough, my Ubuntu Feisty installation already had it enabled…
Next we’ll need to check and see if query caching is enabled. We’ll need to check more than one variable, so we may as well do it all at once by checking for the variable query%
mysql> show variables like 'query%';
| Variable_name                | Value   |
| query_alloc_block_size       | 8192    |
| query_cache_limit            | 1048576 |
| query_cache_min_res_unit     | 4096    |
| query_cache_size             | 8388608 |
| query_cache_type             | ON      |
| query_cache_wlock_invalidate | OFF     |
| query_prealloc_size          | 8192    |
Here’s the important items in the list and what they mean:
  • query_cache_size – This is the size of the cache in bytes. Setting this value to 0 will effectively disable caching.
  • query_cache_type – This value must be ON or 1 for query caching to be enabled by default.
  • query_cache_limit – This is the maximum size query (in bytes) that will be cached.
If the query_cache_size value is set to 0 or you just want to change it, you’ll need to run the following command, keeping in mind that the value is in bytes. For instance, if you wanted to allocate 8MB to the cache we’d use 1024 * 1024 * 8 = 8388608 as the value.
SET GLOBAL query_cache_size = 8388608;
Similarly, the other options can be set with the same syntax:
SET GLOBAL query_cache_limit = 1048576;
SET GLOBAL query_cache_type = 1;
Now how do we tell if it’s actually working? You can use the SHOW STATUS command to pull all the variables that start with “Qc” to take a look at what is going on under the hood.
mysql> SHOW STATUS LIKE 'Qc%';
| Variable_name           | Value  |
| Qcache_free_blocks      | 65     |
| Qcache_free_memory      | 201440 |
| Qcache_hits             | 18868  |
| Qcache_inserts          | 2940   |
| Qcache_lowmem_prunes    | 665    |
| Qcache_not_cached       | 246    |
| Qcache_queries_in_cache | 492    |
| Qcache_total_blocks     | 1430   |
8 rows in set (0.00 sec)
You’ll notice in the stats that I have plenty of free memory left. If your server shows a lot of lowmem prunes, you might need to consider increasing this value, but I wouldn’t spend too much memory on query caching for a web server… you need to leave memory available for apache, php, ruby, or whatever you are using.
Enable in Config File
If you want these changes to survive a reboot or restart of the mysql server, you’ll need to add them into your /etc/mysql/my.cnf configuration file for MySQL. Note that it might be in a different location on your installation.
Open up the file using a text editor in sudo or root mode, and then add these values if they don’t already exist in the file. If they do exist, just uncomment them.
query_cache_size = 268435456
Query caching can significantly improve the speed of your web application, especially if your application does mostly reads. Monitor the status using the methods above and see how it works over time.

Thursday, December 16, 2010

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A SMS Blog is a group or a live community on which could be used for microblogging (life streaming), sharing info on some specific area of interest, or spreading the word on an event / activity streaming.

There are two kinds of SMS Blogs: public and private.
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RAI Postpones SMS Spam Regulations Implementation Because Website Isn’t Ready

Has the Indian telecom regulator TRAI ever got any website development done? Nothing, the size of the National Customer Preference Register with millions of subscribers, and systems to repeatedly check and scrub the register, probably implemented by NIC, can go live in less than 15 days. The guidelines were issued on December 1st, and some regulations were required to be implemented on December 15th, while the rest on 1st January 2011. Now they’ve been delayed indefinitely.

So, the industry has got a breather, time to mull over its practices, and lobby (that’s a bad word these days) for more relaxed guidelines. In the meantime, brace yourselves for an avalanche of SMS spam.

Press Release

TRAI issues “The Telecom Commercial Communications Customer Preference (Amendment) Regulations, 2010″

New Delhi, 14th December, 2010 – The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) today issued “The Telecom Commercial Communications Customer Preference (Amendment) Regulations, 2010”. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) had issued “The Telecom Commercial Communications Customer Preference Regulations, 2010″ on 1st December 2010. Some regulations were required to be implemented with effect from 15th day of December 2010 and rest from 1st January, 2011.

However, having regard to the aspect of security audit of the website to be created for the purpose of these regulations and the other processes involved, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has found it necessary to re-determine the dates for implementation of the aforesaid regulations. Accordingly, some of the relevant regulations have been amended so as to come into force, from dates as may be specified by the Authority, from time to time. Details of these amendments are given in The Telecom Commercial Communications Customer Preference (Amendment) Regulations, 2010 available at TRAI website.