Whether you're maintaining an older client website or you have a side project that you just can't afford to buy fancier services for, there will be times where you have to manually deploy an update. For those cases, git's built-in patch functionality might offer a fantastic benefit over manually replacing
In the same vein as my previous post on dumping and restoring your PostgreSQL database, here are mostly copy/paste-able commands for when you're using a MariaDB or MySQL database. How to dump & restore a PostgreSQL database from a docker containerSometimes you need to quickly dump and restore a PostgreSQL
This is a simple multi-step Node.js application docker build template that you can use to create self-contained, relatively small-sized and easily deployable images of your application. You can read more about it here, or check the template out on my Github [https://github.com/hellodeibu/docker-multistep-nodejs-build]. Why multi-step There
You might have run into a similar situation; You need to unzip several ZIP files, but running unzip *.zip command results in errors shown about files not being found. Joy. Fortunately there's way to avoid this. Unfortunately, it's not something you can easily memorize. Or, I certainly cannot. Credit is
Because I keep forgetting how to do this myself, too, here's an easy command that reports back your CPU's info: sysctl -n machdep.cpu.brand_string This will return a string looking something like this (taken from my Hackintosh [https://davejansen.com/why-and-how-i-went-hackintosh/]): > Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3570 CPU @ 3.