Load balacing PHP Crons ~ Defcon Pixey/Pixel Sleep States – 


Too load balance PHP is much the same as any c it is with the function sleep(); unlike c which is in milliseconds PHP sleep runs in seconds. This is good for example up to three or four times in a loop in up to four defcons in any PHP Cron or schedule task it load balancers cpu: 

if( mt_rand(0, 3) == 1 )

         sleep(2, 11);

Okey so you have a at best a good quickly firing – 1m Cron you want to fire multiple of everything good except the Cron job or scheduling will fire them at the same 1m execution time on the CPU so you put at the top of the Cron the following depending on number being fired say 10 X 1m Cron job of the same then you would put:

sleep ( mt_rand(1, 158) );

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Penis Salad – A Retort on Exotravel


In some travel recently I came across a butcher that has a range of delicatessen items for sale this is for penis salad, this is not far from earth either. You can purchase a range of different type of penis for salad and sale, they also serve this at a cafe/restaurant near alpha-centori an establishment that is by itself over looking the plasma of the quasar there.

 

IT Industry debauch shambles


You know I have been sitting in a housing department unit now for two years, I have a military carded passport (M8747409 dob 8.12.78). The reason I have a military passport is when I was 13 on comp.protocol, I designed the internet, which came with design fee’s…

I have never seen a cent of the internet money, as documented on my passport, it shows usenet article that include hiring Vinton cerf for no more than a period too when I am thirty to pretend to be me, this of course is the fields which defying all expectations the IT industry has let me down by not renumeration of in anyway my rights for having my design fee’s paid…

Unless you do it is argued that everything online is only implementation by design of myself and all completely my interlectual property only.

@GoogleFonts :: The let downs in design and functions!!


There are some serious short fallings with Google Fonts; they only provide the limited number of 5 fonts and for example one that I get a lot of lookups for the *.ik format of fonts when I provision the CSS as well as at times the other ones; the css it should be providing is the following:-

/** Pieces of Eight */
@font-face {
 font-family: 'Pieces of Eight';
 src: url('./Pieces of Eight.dfont') format('dfont'), /* Filesize: 39322 bytes, md5: 34f9ec5aa2b92c7118b6240b4564c214 */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.cef') format('cef'), /* Filesize: 64444 bytes, md5: 556c8bc069f8fd3037410655bb0f0be0 */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.pcf') format('pcf'), /* Filesize: 64444 bytes, md5: 78b3cb34c35164484b2183d1f7947747 */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.gsf') format('gsf'), /* Filesize: 64444 bytes, md5: a006e0631e7a7411faefa1f792231731 */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.sfd') format('sfd'), /* Filesize: 64444 bytes, md5: f47b65dc83fe2a8805abde764022cc8d */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.fon') format('fon'), /* Filesize: 288 bytes, md5: d28c94d5362058b68c80214a3105375b */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.pfb') format('pfb'), /* Filesize: 64444 bytes, md5: a178f1416b5ec4f89ed426ec77fea83a */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.svg') format('svg'), /* Filesize: 99466 bytes, md5: ec1d80674a0299b22e7cd862f1ea41c0 */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.pmf') format('pmf'), /* Filesize: 64444 bytes, md5: e3dd938a5a6c52604b8ece3995ef821a */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.woff') format('woff'), /* Filesize: 25156 bytes, md5: 90fe35a5afe3fbd0b9f7e2542279da34 */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.bin') format('bin'), /* Filesize: 65536 bytes, md5: bd9811987908ad69e806403ae8bb0125 */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.ttf') format('ttf'), /* Filesize: 38300 bytes, md5: 0f58eba4cc06aedfb3826efc4652729b */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.eot') format('eot'), /* Filesize: 64444 bytes, md5: ea7dd4596f65d9fd3b76e321db0b61c1 */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.pf3') format('pf3'), /* Filesize: 64444 bytes, md5: 6acfed6911aefdd7c0b5098fa6b84cfa */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.ufo') format('ufo'), /* Filesize: 4096 bytes, md5: d41d8cd98f00b204e9800998ecf8427e */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.pt3') format('pt3'), /* Filesize: 241079 bytes, md5: 3717f2ea119a4360f319d4769c75f40e */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.ik') format('ik'), /* Filesize: 64444 bytes, md5: f56068353318ea1ba92145bd3116db4c */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.pfa') format('pfa'), /* Filesize: 125519 bytes, md5: 11d2e28fe834eb6ff2db6feaf5d006f9 */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.t42') format('t42'), /* Filesize: 84465 bytes, md5: efb9cd2994fb999d3320e5cfadbb413b */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.gai') format('gai'), /* Filesize: 64444 bytes, md5: 9314873eb324b8878b305c15379c3fc6 */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.mf') format('mf'), /* Filesize: 64444 bytes, md5: ac5f1a0cad21ef198712a068986524e6 */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.otf') format('otf'), /* Filesize: 85452 bytes, md5: 486ce98e6931bac1a453fda499921567 */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.cff') format('cff'), /* Filesize: 37116 bytes, md5: 9824e6c46e4056761af7c252a59f6aee */
 url('./Pieces of Eight.hqx') format('hqx'); /* Filesize: 64444 bytes, md5: 61e8524bdbb1dea86dd450b76ecbd553 */
}

See these are all the formats that are required to be provisioned by CSS for font libraries to be accessed, we provide them on http://fonts.snails.email and output individual packages with them all on http://fonts4web.org.uk; without these all listed remember you need all these formats as CSS is implemented in most things including smartTV which often need *.ik that isn’t provided by Google Fonts or http://font2web.com which means that and a number of other formats that are all required for the full CSS Call to implementing a font fall short and you only have your font working on just PC web browser’s only not all the smartTV all the tablets and mobile devices as well other environments where the manufacture is limited too the font library it can import in it CSS Implementation.

The other short fall in Google Fonts as well as fonts2web.com is it doesn’t provide the font libaries *.php + *.z for TCPDF the PHP7 extension as well as class library in previous versions (fonts.snails.email does however), which means you can do the following call to have a font in TCPDF from us but not Google Fonts.

 

 

Perfect /etc/ntp.conf for none informant to the physical passing of the day!!


You need to enter the terminal shell by pressing alt + ctrl + t;

Then run the following: $ sudo nano /etc/ntp.conf

Edit the ntp.conf removing any existing pools to the follows:

#ntp.snails.email
pool clock.fmt.he.net iburst
pool clock.nyc.he.net iburst
pool clock.syc.he.net iburst
pool clock.via.net iburst
pool ntp1.tummy.com iburst
pool ntp2.tummy.com iburst
pool ntp3.tummy.com iburst
pool ntp4.tummy.com iburst
pool time.cacheworks.com iburst
pool time.iinet.net.au iburst
server 0.asia.pool.ntp.org
server 1.asia.pool.ntp.org
server 2.asia.pool.ntp.org
server 3.asia.pool.ntp.org
server 0.europe.pool.ntp.org
server 1.europe.pool.ntp.org
server 2.europe.pool.ntp.org
server 3.europe.pool.ntp.org
server 0.north-america.pool.ntp.org
server 1.north-america.pool.ntp.org
server 2.north-america.pool.ntp.org
server 3.north-america.pool.ntp.org
server 0.oceania.pool.ntp.org
server 1.oceania.pool.ntp.org
server 2.oceania.pool.ntp.org
server 3.oceania.pool.ntp.org
server 0.south-america.pool.ntp.org
server 1.south-america.pool.ntp.org
server 2.south-america.pool.ntp.org
server 3.south-america.pool.ntp.org


# Use servers from the NTP Pool Project. Approved by Ubuntu Technical Board
# on 2011-02-08 (LP: #104525). See http://www.pool.ntp.org/join.html for
# more information.
#pool 0.ubuntu.pool.ntp.org iburst
#pool 1.ubuntu.pool.ntp.org iburst
#pool 2.ubuntu.pool.ntp.org iburst
#pool 3.ubuntu.pool.ntp.org iburst


# Use Ubuntu's ntp server as a fallback.
#pool ntp.ubuntu.com
Now if you have ever run $ sudo apt-get install ntp* -y

then you will need to run the following commands, remember it is on port 123!

$ sudo service ntp reload

$ sudo service ntp restart

CSS + Soda-pop Backgrounds not Starch Colours – Stop Doing me in Blind Physics please for SEO, etc…


The following examples you will have to write code to generate the CSS you would normally for example set this to a css like #white, .white { … }; which would randomly interpolate, the colour we will be discussing is the commonly used starch white for the background colour, I am finding this is bring me back here to this result as a functional non-diversity of taking a channel of blind user physics with this not implemented which is centroidal in the business structure of the website implementing starch colours like starch white rgba(255, 255, 255, 1.0);

In this you have to generate a changing gradient that randomly changes in the background of the website that is exact to slight so the bands in the gradient in starch white would change from range of 251 – 255 for example so there is no distortion this change you only do within a range that the colour change is not immediate evident for example some CSS3 Gradient code example for a soda white is as follows (you will find a run of gradient css example here – http://css.snails.email/3/gradientee/stylesheet.css) :-

html  {
    background: -moz-linear-gradient(45deg, rgba(251, 251, 251, 1.0) 72.233846153846%, rgba(253, 253, 253, 1.0) 5.1034782608696%, rgba(255, 255, 255, 1.0) 10.942203389831%, rgba(252, 252, 252, 1.0) 51.197659574468%, rgba(255, 255, 255, 1.0) 13.766790123457%, rgba(251, 251, 251, 1.0) 34.8471875%, rgba(254, 254, 254, 1.0) 21.193611111111%) !important; /* FF3.6+ */
    background: -webkit-gradient(linear, left bottom, right top, color-stop(72.233846153846%, rgba(251, 251, 251, 1.0)), color-stop(5.1034782608696%, rgba(253, 253, 253, 1.0)), color-stop(10.942203389831%, rgba(255, 255, 255, 1.0)), color-stop(51.197659574468%, rgba(252, 252, 252, 1.0)), color-stop(13.766790123457%, rgba(255, 255, 255, 1.0)), color-stop(34.8471875%, rgba(251, 251, 251, 1.0)), color-stop(21.193611111111%, rgba(254, 254, 254, 1.0))) !important; /* Chrome,Safari4+ */
    background: -webkit-linear-gradient(45deg, rgba(251, 251, 251, 1.0) 72.233846153846%, rgba(253, 253, 253, 1.0) 5.1034782608696%, rgba(255, 255, 255, 1.0) 10.942203389831%, rgba(252, 252, 252, 1.0) 51.197659574468%, rgba(255, 255, 255, 1.0) 13.766790123457%, rgba(251, 251, 251, 1.0) 34.8471875%, rgba(254, 254, 254, 1.0) 21.193611111111%) !important;  /* Chrome10+,Safari5.1+ */
    background: -o-linear-gradient(45deg, rgba(251, 251, 251, 1.0) 72.233846153846%, rgba(253, 253, 253, 1.0) 5.1034782608696%, rgba(255, 255, 255, 1.0) 10.942203389831%, rgba(252, 252, 252, 1.0) 51.197659574468%, rgba(255, 255, 255, 1.0) 13.766790123457%, rgba(251, 251, 251, 1.0) 34.8471875%, rgba(254, 254, 254, 1.0) 21.193611111111%) !important; /* Opera 11.10+ */
    background: -ms-linear-gradient(45deg, rgba(251, 251, 251, 1.0) 72.233846153846%, rgba(253, 253, 253, 1.0) 5.1034782608696%, rgba(255, 255, 255, 1.0) 10.942203389831%, rgba(252, 252, 252, 1.0) 51.197659574468%, rgba(255, 255, 255, 1.0) 13.766790123457%, rgba(251, 251, 251, 1.0) 34.8471875%, rgba(254, 254, 254, 1.0) 21.193611111111%) !important; /* IE10+ */
    background: linear-gradient(45deg, rgba(251, 251, 251, 1.0) 72.233846153846%, rgba(253, 253, 253, 1.0) 5.1034782608696%, rgba(255, 255, 255, 1.0) 10.942203389831%, rgba(252, 252, 252, 1.0) 51.197659574468%, rgba(255, 255, 255, 1.0) 13.766790123457%, rgba(251, 251, 251, 1.0) 34.8471875%, rgba(254, 254, 254, 1.0) 21.193611111111%) !important; /* W3C */
}


The following naming services are available on labs.coop; you can put these all in your bind9 and it will propagate across them all in the motion of the direct route and indirect route globally:-

  • ns1.snails.email
  • ns2.snails.email
  • ns3.snails.email
  • ns4.snails.email
  • ns5.snails.email
  • ns6.snails.email
  • ns7.snails.email
  • ns8.snails.email
  • ns9.snails.email
  • ns10.snails.email
  • ns11.snails.email
  • ns12.snails.email
  • ns13.snails.email
  • ns14.snails.email
  • ns15.snails.email
  • ns16.snails.email
  • ns17.snails.email
  • ns18.snails.email
  • ns19.snails.email
  • ns20.snails.email
  • ns21.snails.email
  • ns22.snails.email
  • ns23.snails.email
  • ns24.snails.email
  • ns25.snails.email
  • ns26.snails.email
  • ns27.snails.email
  • ns28.snails.email
  • ns29.snails.email
  • ns30.snails.email
  • ns31.snails.email
  • ns32.snails.email

You will need to then install bind which in ubuntu or debian is the following command, as well as the second command for allow it access on the firewall which is both TCP/UDP:-

$ sudo apt-get install bind9 ufw
$ sudo ufw allow 53

You will then need to modify /etc/bind/names.conf.options to reflect the following:-

acl goodclients {
        192.0.2.0/24;
        localhost;
        localnets;
        any;
};


options {
        directory "/var/cache/bind";

        recursion yes;
        allow-query { goodclients; };

        // If there is a firewall between you and nameservers you want
        // to talk to, you may need to fix the firewall to allow multiple
        // ports to talk.  See http://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/800113

        // If your ISP provided one or more IP addresses for stable
        // nameservers, you probably want to use them as forwarders.
        // Uncomment the following block, and insert the addresses replacing
        // the all-0's placeholder.

        forwarders {
              208.69.38.170;
              4.2.2.6;
              4.2.2.1;
              4.2.2.3;
              4.2.2.4;
              156.154.70.1;
              208.67.222.222;
              208.67.220.220;
              64.81.79.2;
              203.12.160.36;
              61.9.211.34;
              7.235.1.174;
              61.9.211.2;
              211.29.132.12;
              198.142.0.51;
              203.23.236.69;
              220.233.0.4;
              203.50.2.71;
              122.150.6.66;
              122.150.7.66;
              208.67.222.222;
              37.235.1.177;
              208.67.220.220;
              8.8.8.8;
              8.8.4.4;
              203.12.160.35;
              129.250.35.251;
              129.250.35.250;
              156.154.71.1;
              4.2.2.2;
              4.2.2.5;
        };
        forward only;

        //========================================================================
        // If BIND logs error messages about the root key being expired,
        // you will need to update your keys.  See https://www.isc.org/bind-keys
        //========================================================================
        dnssec-enable no;
        dnssec-validation no;

        auth-nxdomain no;    # conform to RFC1035
        listen-on-v6 { any; };
};