A friend of mine contacted me today for help resolving an issue with his insightbb.com email address. When anyone was sending an e mail to him they were getting a rejection message similar to the below email. On initial glance I was pretty sure I knew that the issue was the fact that he was not deleting old emails thus causing the “Over Quota” errors.
Tonight we are launching a new portiong of Question-Defense.com called Engage. This new section allows anyone to write questions and allows the community to respond to those questions. Now people can become more involved and more questions will be answered because the possibilities of who can respond are endless.
Earlier today I was looking around Google’s Webmaster Tools site which allows you to add various web sites and analyze data obtained via the Googlebot search engine spider. If you are not familiar with the Google Webmaster Tool site then click here to explore all of the data that is available to you for each of your web sites. Anyhow in the process of looking around the Webmaster Tools site I noticed a Firefox plugin called Page Speed in the Labs portion of the Webmaster Tools site. This plugin provides similar functionality to Safari’s Web Inspector when combined with the required Firebug Firefox plugin. Below is information on installing the Google Page Speed Firefox plugin as well as basic usage information including some screenshots of the plugin in action.
I received the below error when attempting to install the memprof gem on a CentOS Linux server. The errors pointed out below could occur when attempting to install other packages as well though. Below I display a summary of the error output, the entire error output, and information on what to install to resolve the error. I noticed that on one server where the memprof gem installed without issue the gelf.h file was in the /usr/include/ directory however are the server that produced the error gelf.h was not installed.
During some testing earlier a gem we were using required that the Ruby binaries on the server to be unstripped or not stripped. I wanted to provide information relating to finding out if your Ruby binaries were stripped or not stripped including what the output of each will look like. Below is a command you can use to find out if your Ruby version is stripped or not stripped including example outputs to display what each will look like.