I created this site as a way for people to post errors, get responses, and learn in general. I have been a sysadmin in some sort of capacity for going on 10 years now and am just getting around to tackling being a programmer. Currently I have some shell scripting experience but overall I am just not a programmer. I doubt this will get many responses right away since the site is so new but I wanted feedback on what peoples opinion on the path someone should take to become a programmer. I am mad at myself for not jumping into this earlier but better late than never. I have decided to learn using Ruby and technically Ruby on Rails.Details
I had created a script to run ask for a couple CLI arguements and then run httperf against a server. The goal was to load test a server for HTTP and for HTTPS. I added the –ssl switch but could not verify a couple things including if httperf had been compiled with SSL support or if the –ssl was working at all.
1. Was httperf installed with SSL support?
This is an easy one. If the –ssl option exists then your httperf was compiled with SSL support. I wasn’t sure since I installed httperf via YUM in CentOS. I also tested by compiling myself and both versions had SSL support. If you do compile yourself you can check compile-dir/config.status and see if SSL support compiled properly.
pgAdmin is a great GUI tool to use for managing PostgreSQL databases and can be obtained here. pgAdmin will run on Windows, Linux(CentOS, SUSE, Debian, etc.), Solaris, FreeBSD, or Mac OSX.
After upgrading pgAdmin I was getting an error using the backup feature. The specific error is pasted below.Details
Open PGAdmin and connect to the database where you would like to remove all data from a certain table. Click the SQL (execute arbitrary SQL commands) button. Use the below syntax and all data will be removed.
truncate table table_nameDetails