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@metakeule
metakeule / monitrc
Created March 14, 2012 13:21
node app as daemon with nvm, upstart and monit
# /etc/monit/monitrc (excerpt)
check process node-app with pidfile /var/run/node-app.pid
start program = "/sbin/start node-app" with timeout 5 seconds
stop program = "/sbin/stop node-app"
if failed port 3000 protocol HTTP
request /
with timeout 3 seconds
then restart
if cpu > 80% for 10 cycles then restart
@g3d
g3d / gist:2709563
Last active February 7, 2024 15:21 — forked from saetia/gist:1623487
Clean Install – OS X 10.11 El Capitan
@niallobrien
niallobrien / gist:5098578
Last active January 12, 2016 01:46
Laravel 4 install & update process
// Clone L4 repo
git clone -b develop git://github.com/laravel/laravel.git myapp
cd myapp
// Install Composer
curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php
php composer.phar install
// Rename origin
git remote rename origin upstream
@philsturgeon
philsturgeon / gist:5465246
Last active May 23, 2022 12:29
API Golden Rules

Never Expose DB Results Directly

  1. If you rename a field, then your users are fucked. Convert with a hardcoded array structure.
  2. Most DB drivers [for PHP] will show integers as numeric strings and false as "0", so you want to typecast them.
  3. Unless you're using an ORM with "hidden" functionality, people will see passwords, salts and all sorts of fancy codes. If you add one and forget to put it in your $hidden array then OOPS!

Use the URI sparingly, and correctly

  1. Use the query string for paired params instead of /users/id/5/active/true. Your API does not need to be SEO optimised.
  2. ?format=xml is stupid, use an Accept: application/xml header. I added this to the CodeIgniter Rest Server once for lazy people, and now people think it's a thing. It's not.
@trevnorris
trevnorris / perf-flame-graph-notes.md
Last active December 24, 2023 05:25
Quick steps of how to create a flame graph using perf

The prep-script.sh will setup the latest Node and install the latest perf version on your Linux box.

When you want to generate the flame graph, run the following (folder locations taken from install script):

sudo sysctl kernel.kptr_restrict=0
# May also have to do the following:
# (additional reading http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/14227/do-i-need-root-admin-permissions-to-run-userspace-perf-tool-perf-events-ar )
sudo sysctl kernel.perf_event_paranoid=0
@spoike
spoike / webapi_example.js
Last active May 12, 2017 13:37
Simple WebAPI example
var PostsApi = require('webapi/posts'),
// assuming the api object from the jsbin snippet
Reflux = require('reflux');
var PostActions = createActions(["load", "loadError"]);
// load action is invoked either from:
// * top most component's componentDidMount
// function in your application, or
// * window.onLoad
// I prefer the first strategy because that'll