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This blog is about the development of my various Linux based web sites, starting with raspberrywebserver.com, Banoffee Pi Server and Pyplate Python SQlite CMS.
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On Site Optimization

Posted 10-16-2013 at 07:32 AM by Pyplate

I've written a post about site some of the techniques I used to optimize my Raspberry Pi site.

I've minified Javascript, re-arranged CSS, and adjusted the way Javascript files are loaded. Google Analytics shows a pretty good improvement in page load times. There's still a lot more optimization to do, but I think I've made a good start.

I'm also working on setting up an Odroid U2 as a high speed web cache. So far I've installed Xubuntu, got my site running in Apache...
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Raspberry Pi temperature logger written in Python

Posted 09-24-2013 at 04:45 PM by Pyplate

I wrote a Python script to read temperatures from a DS18B20 and log the temperatures in an SQLite database. I used Google charts to display data from the database in a chart on a web page. You can see how I set this up here: http://raspberrywebserver.com/cgiscr...rature-logger/
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Using SQLite on a Raspberry Pi

Posted 09-06-2013 at 07:54 AM by Pyplate

I've written an article on my site about using SQLite on a Raspberry Pi. I've only covered the bare essentials, but it's enough to get started.

I've used examples based on a database that could be used to log temperatures. I've already covered the use of a DS18B20 sensor, so I may as well build a temperature logging system.
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Explain Shell

Posted 09-04-2013 at 12:35 AM by Pyplate

I found a great site for decoding Linux commands: http://explainshell.com/explain/ls?args=-la

You can type in commands and arguments, and it tells you what the options do.
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Apache performance tuning

Posted 08-23-2013 at 07:10 PM by Pyplate

I've spent the last few days tuning Apache. I've achieved quite a good performance increase, mostly by disabling unused modules. In tests with siege, my cluster can now handle over 900 transactions per second. Here's the full article on server cluster tuning.
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