I’ve just started to get my feet wet with development in Python 3. It was all going great until i needed to
pip install pandas. That broke with weird errors.
HAProxy is a reliable and high performance load balancer for TCP and HTTP(S) based applications.
There are several detailed tutorials around the web on how to install HAProxy. As is usual of my “Tech Recipe” posts, I’ve boiled those instructions down to the quickest way to have HAProxy installed and running on your Ubuntu machine. You will have a running and configured version of HAProxy 1.5 running in under 2 minutes, and ready to go into production. Continue reading
Normally for this kind of task you would do a `sudo apt-get install redis-server`, but you’ll only get Redis 2.2. The current stable release is 2.8, and that’s not even in Ubuntu 13.04. You can download and make manually, but there’s a simpler way.
Installing sphinx and the PECL extension has confused me a couple of times. The installation is arcane and buggy, so I’ve written down the steps to automate it. I’ve used this on Ubuntu 11.10+ . If you know of how to make this work on CentOS or another Linux, let me know. And now, the script :