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MySQL Database Optimization

Once Upon a time.....

Naa... I m kidding... :P this is technical blog.
So lets come to the point..

I was totally unaware about the database optimization specially MySQL
I realized one day that my one of the MySQL server giving problem to all my sites.
Why ??

Because there were 2K tables on the same server.
:O ... 2K tables ??

I was shocked and had to do something to reduce such overhead on the MySQL server.

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SOAP and WSDL in PHP Best tutorial on zend framework

Hi Guys,

We have very rare documentation provided with about the SOAP.
I would like to provide some more useful links which are awesome to follow for starting point.
I was stuck badly from almost 3 days and it helped me alot for understanding of SOAP with WSDL.
For understanding WSDL and SOAP.
http://www.packtpub.com/article/soap-and-php-5

Quickstart guide Varnish on Ubuntu

Lets install Varnish :

Here we will consider the ubuntu as my OS is the same :P.

simply use.
#sudo apt-get install varnish

It will show the dependency tree for the varnish so just install.
In this case you don't have to build the packages and configure like other *nix.

Using varnish Servers :

Varnish has a concept of "backend" or "origin" servers. A backend server is the server providing the content Varnish will accelerate.

The default configuration file located at :
/etc/varnish/default.vcl

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Sharing content type, content and users on two different drupal 6 sites

Hello,
I would like to share this blog for those drupal developers who are stuck for sharing the content, users and seperate themes and structures.
You can try this on your local machines windows / linux both.We will be using ip based virtual hosts in this tutorial.
Just follow the steps for installing multisite with same database and same codebase with two different domains.
A. Basic domain setup :
open the "hosts"  file
linux - /etc/hosts
windows - c:/windows/system32/drivers/etc/hosts :
Add the hosts as

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