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Combining Zend_Db_Select and Propel 1.3

Propel 1.3 has served me very well over the past few years and I’m absolutely confident that recent projects would not have been delivered so quickly without it. However, when stuff gets a little crazy, you need to hydrate your

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MySQL Replication and disappearing relay logs

A recent reboot of a server highlighted an issue with MySQL 5.045 on CentOS 5.3. On this particular setup, MySQL seems to place relay logs in /var/run/mysqld/. Unfortunately, this will mean that when the machine is rebooted, the relay log

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MySQL Replication over SSL

A new project requires MySQL replication to be carried out over the internet. My first thought was to use stunnel, which I quickly implemented. This appeared to work perfectly (after some iptables configuration). However, I found out later that MySQL

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