This weekend I learned something new while coding in PHP. Not really a fan of PHP, but it has a lot of libraries I need that makes coding faster. Later when this project is finished, I might recode it in C/C++ without a rush. By the way, I am coding a crypto currency trader if you wonder what I am doing these days.
I found myself in the need of doing overcharge of PHP constructor classes. If you are new on PHP coding, overcharge is the capability that some languages have to define the same function with different parameters.
Not a fan of PostgreSQL, but lately many people have come to me regardless I have published I work with MySQL/MariaDB. Because of this, I want to share with you a set of scripts to backup and restore your deployment. I am not the author of these scripts, I am just doing little modifications to clean them up and to do some more professional and advanced ones that will work not only with PostgreSQL but with MySQL and MariaDB.
These scripts are thought to work with two stand-alone servers. No clustering or load-balancing is involved.
Today, I have published in OKay's RPM repository RPMs for the Nagios FreeSWITCH plugin 0.0.4. This is a very simple Nagios plugin that connects to your FreeSWITCH through the fs_cli application to get useful information.
Release 0.0.4 has the following plugins:
I want to thanks to T5 Telecom for sponsoring the release 0.0.1 and VoipLy for 0.0.4.
RPM's are available for CentOS 6 and 7. You can find it doing a yum search nagios-plugins-freeswitch