Articles tagged with: problem
After upgrading to the latest stable WordPress version 3.0.4 I ran into an old issue I haven’t see for almost two years. Clicking “Publish” or “Save Draft” when writing a new post seems to remove some custom fields. If you re-add the custom field and click “Update”, the entry stays. But it goes away again once you use the “Save Draft” or “Publish”.
Ignoring my own advice to never install latest WordPress releases as soon as they come out, I upgraded my installation to WP 3.0 and shortly after to 3.0.1. Doing so broke a few things. Automatic plugin updates or installs seem to hang and so does automatic WordPress upgrade. Let me illustrate. According to this screenshot, I need to update one of the plugins.
The following condition was originally discovered in OpenSolaris 11 (Bug ID: 4697677). This problem occurs when you do mkdir -m 700 on a mountpoint before mounting it. This superceeds whatever permissions you might give …
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The following is a brief overview of common performance monitoring tools for Solaris, including built-in tools, freeware add-ons, and commercial applications.
The vm in vmstat stands for Virtual Memory, of course. So let us …