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danielbeardsley /
Last active Sep 17, 2019
memcache key analysis

List and analyze keys in memcache

# Writes a big file with one line per key
> bash > all-the-keys

# Get stats on the state of the whole key list
> cat all-the-keys | perl ./
count:2228244 size:86.50%  fetched:53.66%  bytesize:1948.7MB

# Let the script know how big your cache is
danielbeardsley / organize.bash
Created May 21, 2014
Script to group and condense my mobile phone pictures after they are synced with Bittorrent Sync
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#!/bin/bash -e
organize_dir() {
date=`date +"(%Y-%m-01) Mobile Photos"`
base_dir="/cygdrive/c/Users/Danny/Documents/Mobile Photos"
mkdir -p "$dest_dir"
cd "$source_dir"
danielbeardsley /
Last active Dec 20, 2015
A bash script to temporarily slow down your intertubes on MacOS.


Simulate a slow network connection with one command.

Turn on:

$> sudo ./slow-it-down
Your tubes are now filled with molasses
danielbeardsley / csrf.js
Last active Feb 21, 2020
Dynamically add CSRF protection <input>s to each form on the page immediately before it's submitted. This code uses MooTools, though it would be trivial to remove that dependency or swap with jQuery.
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var CSRF = (function() {
window.addEvent('domready', function() {
* Setup triggers on the .submit() function and the `submit` event so we
* can add csrf inputs immediately before the form is submitted.
$$('form').each(function(form) {
// Ensure all forms submitted via a traditional 'submit' button have
// an up-to-date CSRF input
form.addEvent('submit', function() {
danielbeardsley /
Last active Feb 1, 2021
Unlimited size uploads in PHP: a minimal demonstration.

Unlimited upload size in PHP

a minimal implementation

A demonstration of accepting unlimited-size uploads in PHP. The included server.php pipes the POST body directly to /dev/null and returns a JSON encoded hash of some useful stats. Using this method (streaming from stdin) we are able to accept uploads of any size with little memory overhead.


Symlink apache config and reload

danielbeardsley / .gitignore
Created Aug 14, 2012
PHP Bug in recursive unserialization
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danielbeardsley /
Created Aug 2, 2012
Pipe memcache stats into Graphite
if [ "$1" != "report" ]; then
echo "Usage:" >&2
script="`basename $0`"
echo " nohup $script report > /var/log/memcache-stats.log &" >&2
exit 1
danielbeardsley / strict-object-examples.js
Created Oct 21, 2011
Examples of how to use strict-object
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// Create a new person type
var Person = StrictObject.define('name', 'age', 'country');
// Instatiate a Person
var pete = new Person();
// set properties using functions'Peter');
danielbeardsley / grepReplace
Created Sep 26, 2011
Shell Script for grep-based search and replace recursively in files
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function ConfirmOrExit() {
echo -n "Continue? (y / n) :"
if [ $CONFIRM != 'y' ]
danielbeardsley / compose_connect_middlware.js
Created Jun 22, 2011
Allows easy composition of a chain of connect.js-style middlewares
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// Allows easy composition of a chain of connect.js-style middlewares in node.js
// given:
// function A(req,res,next){}
// function B(req,res,next){}
// composeMiddleware(A,B) will return a function(req,res,next) that passes the request
// through both handlers, just like Connect. If a next() is called with an error
// the call chain is stopped and the error is passed to the topmost next()
// If next() is called with the second parameter set to 'break' "next(null, 'break')"
// The chain is halted and route control is passed back to the original next()
function composeMiddleware(){