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==Wiki Landing Page==
Hello there! My name is Mike Jung and this is my wiki. I hope some of the information here will help someone out or teach them something new.
== Wiki Navigation and Page List ==
===Windows 8.1 Utilities and Windows Tech Preview 10===
=== GPU and Video Decoding Stuff (madVR, CUDA, MPC-HC) ===
*[[Nvidia Noise Reduction]] - Nvidia Noise Reduction reduces noise during video playback, how much does this improve quality? Not a ton, in some cases, anyway, check out the page for more info.
*[[CloudLinux]] -- Overview on what CloudLinux is and the types of resources that it limits for cpanel users.
*[[CPanel Statistics Software]] - Learn how to configure cPanel to process logs and bandwidth during low traffic hours of the day. This reduces the amount of Apache restarts.
=== Webserver Stuff ===
=== Monitoring and Analysis ===
*[[Newrelic]] - Newrelic is pretty awesome. They offer a free tier which lets you monitor server resources for 24 hours. You can also utilize APM which is an application monitoring services which shows the response time if your application and database. If you are looking for common Newrelic agent commands or need help troubleshooting Newrelic's agents, check out this page!
=== Benchmarking and Performance Tuning Stuff ===
*[[Benchmarking]] -- A linux benchmarking reference wiki with many example commands and explanations for sysbench, fio, iozone and ioping tests.
*[[NUMA]] - http://wiki.mikejung.biz/NUMA
=== Storage and File System Stuff ===
=== Other Stuff ===
*[[Real photo postcards]] - Totally random old picture post card wiki. Completely unrelated to anything that has to do with the internet.
== for loop example script ==
These are just basic examples of what you can do with for loops. '''Locate files and do things with them''' <pre> find /location/of /files -n 'file' > somelistfor each in `cat somelist` ; do something $each ; done </pre>
== Sed ==