As of May 2013 Google has around 45 billion web pages in its index.
1. check you've got an up-to-date version of Ruby Gems (i.e. >=1.3.x), e.g.
gem install capistrano
3. create your Capfile
desc “List files on server”
task :ls, :hosts => “myhost.com” do
4. and run with:
(if you need to set a username, use:
set :user, “your user”
task :ls … etc…
OR just add it into the hostname, e.g.
5. list tasks with
(assuming you've got a description for each task)
Capistrano requirements – you must:
– use SSH to connect to your remote machines and
– be reasonably familiar with Ruby
And if you're implementing Capistrano for PHP:
git update does not, unfortunately, exist (although you could alias it).
To update a repo use:
which is effectively a “git update”.
This occasionally bites.
To find out what the program is that’s using your external disk use:
sudo lsof -xf +d /Volumes/
More info here: http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1117945
For example, I’ve had Spotlight indexing the drive. Restarting fixed it.
And iTunes downloading something. Closing it fixed the problem.
Not quite as awesome as an automatic post categoriser but still pretty handy: