I've just run the upgrade to OSX Lion and MySQL decided to stop working.
A quick look in mysql_error_log.err within the logs folder gave the following clues...
/Applications/MAMP/Library/bin/mysqld: File './mysql-bin.000106' not found (Errcode: 2)
120521 15:13:55 [ERROR] Failed to open log (file './mysql-bin.000106', errno 2)
120521 15:13:55 [ERROR] Could not open log file
120521 15:13:55 [ERROR] Can't init tc log
120521 15:13:55 [ERROR] Aborting
Maybe you have PCI scan upcoming or you don't want your server headers displaying details about your server for some reason.
These simple steps will help you if you use Webmin
1. Log into Webmin
2. From the navigation onthe left click on "Servers"
3. Click on "Apache Webserver" from expanded list
4. Click on "Global configuration" tab
5. Click on the "Miscellaneous" icon
6. From "Server HTTP header" option, select: Product only.
7. Click "Save"
It was my first Design It Build It conference and the first conference I've been to of this ilk in the North East. Being a local lad that had worked on the web for over a decade I was immensly proud of the DIBI team and the whole tech/web scene in our corner of the UK.
I'll just give you my thoughts on the one and half days at DIBI if thats ok? Great! h'away then me bonny lads!
No doubt it has happened to millions of people across the globe and they don't realise it's happened. I'm refering to becoming institutionalised at work. I didn't think it happened to me but it has.
I'm doing a bit of R&D for a possible project that might swing my way and the first question I asked myself was; "do I go with Drupal 6 or plunge headlong into Drupal 7?" I havent had much exposure to Drupal 7 mainly due to the code base of my existing builds being Drupal 6, I couldn't dismiss 7 out of hand, so a bit of digging was required.
Hmmm probably a lot of things... To be fair I could probably blog about the weather and the depth of tyre tread remaining on my car, but I doubt you would like to read about that. So, I'll attempt to keep my blogs on topic and try not to stray from the beaten track (that much).
But before I tell you what will be coming up over the next few weeks I'll should introduce myself.