This gets all of the domains from ServerName and ServerAlias lines, takes out all of the white space and empty lines, and creates a file with just a list of the unique domain names.
This accounts for subdomains that use ‘www’ or have port :80 on the end.
For instance, www.somedomain.com and somedomain.com are the same, so the script takes out the ‘www.’ which leaves to copies of somedomain.com, which it then deletes one of them in the final output to the file. The same for ‘:80’.
A first project at my new job at the Scholar’s Lab at UVA was to update some old Omeka/Neatline sites. I wrote a script to take care of the process now and in the future. https://github.com/mossiso/onus I perhaps went a little overboard and made it pretty robust. I was going to take the opportunity to […]
Figuring out the possibilities for Apache and PHP reminds me of a Dr. Seuss book, “Fox in Sox”. It’s a favorite of mine. I love reading it to the kids. In it, Mr. Fox tries to get Mr. Knox to say all kinds of ridiculous (in meaning and hard to say) tongue twisters. At one […]
When I first became a systems administrator of a large web server, I wanted to know what the current traffic to all of the virtual hosts (vhosts) looked like. I wanted to see which domains were getting the most traffic and where that traffic was coming from. So began my long search for a sufficient […]
When I was a teenager, my mom started taking note of everything the family did on January 20. It was just some random day, and some random idea to do as a fun thing for the family. Over the years we’ve kept that up as a family; sometimes more or less involved. A couple of […]
A tale many years in the making… I have been lacking two things for so long, now that I can do it, I wonder if I will ever remember to use it! The Problem I use a MacBook Pro with OS X Mavericks. I log into my Linux servers with SSH. I use GNU screen […]
So, I finally get to teach a college course this semester. Way excited! But I refuse to do the normal lecture format. Seriously, we are still stuck on that teaching method after all the research and scholarship about the best ways to teach? (These all came up as results for searching in Google Scholar with […]
I was asked to lead a discussion on the current status of 3D printing in the humanities, particularly the field of history with a great group of fellow PhD students here at GMU during one of their classes. Here is what we came up with. First of all, 3D printing (in general, but specifically for […]
My dad passed away two years ago today. I was recently in Arizona, but didn’t visit his grave site. This is what I wrote to my family about that. It was great to be in Arizona at the end of June and July. I had really wanted to visit Dad’s grave while I was there. […]