As a follow up to Peter O’Callaghan’s excellent post about SUPEE-9767 and symlinks, I wanted to quickly take a look at what, exactly, the “Allow Symlinks” setting in Magento does. Here we’ll dive into the core Magento code to get an understanding of the functionality…
du -sh * | sort -hr is my favorite command for quickly looking at how much space directories are taking up on a machine. For example, in the root of a Magento 2 installation you’ll see the following…
$ du -sh * | sort -hr 317M vendor 100M pub 35M dev 25M var 25M lib 19M update 7.5M setup 460K composer.lock 428K CHANGELOG.md 196K app 32K LICENSE_EE.txt 12K phpserver 12K LICENSE_AFL.txt 12K LICENSE.txt 8.0K nginx.conf.sample 8.0K bin 4.0K php.ini.sample 4.0K package.json.sample 4.0K index.php 4.0K composer.json 4.0K README_EE.md 4.0K ISSUE_TEMPLATE.md 4.0K Gruntfile.js.sample 4.0K COPYING.txt 4.0K CONTRIBUTING.md
However, if you run this command on a Mac here’s what you’ll get…
$ du -sh * | sort -hr sort: invalid option -- h Try `sort --help' for more information.
Recently, I launched my own ebooks bot.
If you read the twitter_ebooks README, you’ll see that you can use the command
ebooks consume to generate a text model for the bot to work from based on a JSON archive of tweets, or a plain text file.
This is nice, but one question I had was, can I build my text model from multiple sources?
Recently, I ran into an issue where a misconfiguration lead to data not being pushed to InfluxDb for an extended period of time. It sucked and I wish I would’ve found out about it earlier. Here, I’ll cover how you can use Kapacitor to receive an alert if InfluxDb has not received data for an extended period of time.
The Admin Actions Log a useful feature of both Magento 1 and 2 Enterprise Edition. For those who haven’t seen it before, it offers an audit history of all actions taken by users in the admin panel.
As with sales, invoices, credit memos and shipments, Magento Enterprise occasionally archives data recorded to the admin actions log. However, for some reason, the mechanics used for archiving admin actions are completely different from how sales data is handled.
Here I’ll show you how that process works…
My office laptop was brought to the Apple store for repair last Friday. Today, I spent a full day using a spare.
The laptop I’m used to using is a 2014 model (pre touch bar). The spare is a 2016 model (including the touch bar).
Here are my initial thoughts on the latest iteration from Apple.