Last month PHP 7.3.0 was released and with that a lot of functions or aliases were deprecated that may lead to issues down the road. While Xdebug still needs to be released for PHP 7.3 an automated test with GitLab isn’t possible yet as the build phase of Xdebug fails. Luckily I’m using PHP Code […]
Bert Hubert from PowerDNS made an interesting announcement today. Retrieving the coordinates for an IPv4 address with just a DNS query. New PowerDNS service: get coordinates for every IPv4 address: $ dig -t txt https://t.co/gBtMoc9U69 +short“52.382401 4.899500” Based on @maxmind data. Uses reversed IP address, so this is 188.8.131.52. — Bert Hubert ?? (@PowerDNS_Bert) December […]
Big sites like GitHub or GitLab are hosting a lot of projects and have numerous of releases a day. And while you as a person can watch a repository on GitHub, you can’t filter out new releases easily. At least not easily findable in the interfaces and checking all the repositories manually because they aren’t […]
With the creation of RFC 4408 also new a record type 99 for DNS was created to identify SPF Resource Records. It was advised to have both TXT and SPF records in DNS with the same content. RFC 4408 was obsoleted by RFC 7208 in 2014 with paragraph 3.1 stating the following: SPF records MUST be […]
After upgrading to PyCharm 2017.2 the notice came that inotify value was too low and the IDE would fallback to recursive directory scanning. For now the following commands increase the inotify limit to 512k of files. It is still interesting why PhpStorm wasn’t complaining while the Symfony projects are much larger.