Archive for April, 2010


How to Find WordPress Errors

By author: admin
You may find after upgrading WordPress or a plugin that you start getting HTTP 500 errors. The first place to look would be in the error log file for PHP, you can setup error logging in WordPress in two ways: In your home website directory, find the .htaccess file and add the following lines: # log php errors php_flag display_startup_errors off php_flag display_errors off php_flag html_errors off php_flag log_errors on php_value error_log /home/path/logs/php-errors.log Or you can enable logging in WordPress: 1. Create a log file in your home directory (make sure the php-errors.log is writeable) 2. Edit your wp-config.php and add the following lines // log php errors @ini_set(‘log_errors’,’On’); @ini_set(‘display_errors’,’Off’); @ini_set(‘error_log’,’/home/path/logs/php-errors.log’); // path to log file
The adoption of virtualization in the enterprise has increased flexibility in deployment and life cycle management of applications. IT professionals deploy and use virtualization to consolidate workloads and reduce server sprawl. Additionally, they deploy virtualization with clustering technologies to provide a robust IT infrastructure with high availability and quick disaster recovery. Even so, customers are looking for more flexibility. With Hyper-V live migration, you can move running virtual machines (VMs) from one Hyper-V physical host to another, without any disruption or perceived loss of service. IT professionals increasingly look to live migration to create a dynamic and flexible IT environment that responds to emerging business needs. Live migration provides the core technology required for dynamic load balancing, VM placement, high availability for virtualized workloads during physical computer maintenance, and reduced data center power consumption. (more…)