Servers

More Than Three Years After Last Release, X.org Server 21.1.0 Rc1 Appears

Back from the brink with new features More than three years after X.Org Server 1.20, released in May 2018, a release candidate for 21.1.0 has been posted.…

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Storekit 2 With Updates To In-app Purchases And Subscriptions Now Available For Developers

Apple has reminded developers that StoreKit 2 is now available as part of iOS 15 and the other newly updated Apple platforms. StoreKit 2 improves the way in-app purchases and subscriptions work in apps. Apple has also updated the App Store Server...
Related topics: Apple's App Store, Apple, Ios

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Database Containing Personal Info On 106m People Who Traveled To Thailand Found Open To The...

Misconfigured Elasticsearch server blamed A database containing personal information on 106 million international travelers to Thailand was exposed to the public internet this year, a Brit biz claimed this week.…
Related topics: Databases

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Break Out Your Emergency Change Process And Patch This Ransomware-friendly Bug Asap, Says Vmware

File upload vuln lets miscreants hijack vCenter Server VMware has disclosed a critical bug in its flagship vSphere and vCenter products and urged users to drop everything and patch it. The virtualization giant also offered a workaround.…
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How To Run A Local Shell Script On A Remote Ssh Server

The problem with running commands over SSH is that generally you either have to type them yourself or upload a script file. However, with a bit of bash knowledge, you can pass entire scripts over SSH without having the .sh file on the remote...

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I Would Drive 100 Miles And I Would Drive 100 More Just To Be The Man That Drove 200 Miles To......

When a server crash became a motorway dash Who, Me?  The best laid plans of mice or Register readers can founder on the rocks of iffy connectors and wobbly cables, as this week's entrant in the Who, Me? archives discovered.…

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The Age Of The Service Pack Is Over. The Time Of The Modern Servicing Model Has Come

It's CUs and GDRs here on out for Microsoft's SQL Server It's the end of an era. Microsoft has finally released its very last SQL Server service pack.…
Related topics: Microsoft, Databases

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Study Inspects Galaxy Protocluster Phz G237.01+42.50

An international team of astronomers has performed spectroscopic observations of a distant galaxy protocluster known as PHz G237.01+42.50. Results of the study, presented in a paper published September 9 on the arXiv pre-print server, yield...
Related topics: Galaxies, Space

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Sony Shuts Down Older Littlebigplanet Servers

Sony has recently announced that servers for their assortment of older LittleBigPlanet games have shut down “to help ensure that our online environment remains safe.”  “Firstly, we would like to apologise for the extended downtime of the...
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Nvidia Leak May Reveal Unannounced Games, Including God Of War For Pc

If you made an Nvidia GeForce Now server spit out a confidential list of thousands of games, some never-before-seen, would you think they were legit? Fake? Somewhere in between? That’s not a rhetorical question, because developer Ighor July has...
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Littlebigplanet Online Security Issues Blamed For Permanent Server Shutdown On Ps3 And Vita

Sony has permanently shut down the servers for the original three LittleBigPlanet games on Playstation 3 and the handheld LittleBigPlanet on the Playstation Vita, according to a tweet posted by the official LittleBigPlanet account on Monday (via...
Related topics: Sony, Playstation

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Php Maintains An Enormous Lead In Server-side Programming Languages

Enlarge / Ruby is the only server-side web language which experienced much growth over the last decade—and the closest remaining "threat" to PHP, despite having only 6.5% the presence. (credit: w3techs) The venerable web programming language PHP...

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How To Back Up Your Gitlab Server

Organizations using a self-managed GitLab instance usually rely on it to hold their source code, project management, and operational tooling. It’s vital to have functioning backups so your data’s protected in case of a hardware failure,...
Related topics: Data Backups

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Putting Thousands Of Minecraft Players On The Same Server

Multi-threading was the common go-to technique for extracting more performance from a machine for several years. These days it’s all about horizontal scaling or adding more virtual machines to a pool of workers. The Minecraft server is still...
Related topics: Minecraft

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Digitalocean Embraces Serverless Computing

Some developers want complete control over their cloud infrastructure. They don't mind managing cloud servers and administering databases.Other developers want to focus on the product, leaving the nitty-gritty infrastructure management to someone...
Related topics: Databases

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Big Iron Is Out Of Fashion As Server Market Shifts To Low-end Single-socket Machines

IDC says AsiaPac market growing, rest of world isn't, Dell wins on volume, and IBM on sale price The global market for servers was mostly steady in the second quarter of 2021, according to analyst firm IDC, as the market recovers from 2020's unusual...
Related topics: Dell, IBM

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Facebook Is Reportedly Developing Custom Server Chips

Add Facebook to the list of companies that could be trying to reduce its dependence on Intel and Qualcomm. According to The Information, the social media giant is developing a suite of custom chips for its data centers. One of the processors is...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media, Intel, Qualcomm

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Using Swr React Hooks With Next.js’ Incremental Static Regeneration (isr)

If you’ve ever used Incremental Static Regeneration (ISR) with Next.js, you may have found yourself sending stale data to the client. This occurs when you are revalidating the page on the server. For some websites this works, but for others (such...

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Ibm Rolls Out First Power10 Server

While the largest server manufacturers focus on systems built around industry-standard x86 chips, International Business Machines (NYSE: IBM) goes a different way. The century-old tech giant sold off its x86-based server business long ago and today,...
Related topics: IBM

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Is This Going To Be Intel's Big Break?

Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) has been hit hard by rival Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD) in the x86 CPU (central processing unit) market, losing share in servers and PC processors thanks to the latter's technological advantage.But Chipzilla is now...
Related topics: Intel, Nasdaq, AMD

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