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On the Road to Hana: Wai‘anapanapa State Park and Black Sand Beach -
On the Road to Hana: Kahanu Garden and Pi`ilanihale -
On the Road to Hana: Ke’anae Peninsula -
A Visit to Lahaina, Hawaii on the Island of Maui -
Land and Sea at Makapu’u Beach, Oahu, Hawaii -
On the Road to Hana: Random Stops Along the Roadside -
Vistas of Wakiki Beach, Honolulu, Hawaii -
Sailing Wakiki Beach on a Catamaran -
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Google Analytics API | Excel Integration Google Analytics -
turtle SQL - Documentation -
Turtle SQL, a product designed to generate the SQL Server 2005, 2008 and 2012 documentation. It supports, export of documentation generated to Excel, Pdf and XML. Last edited Nov 26, 2012 at 5:29 AM by TheBetpet, version 2 - Aaron Terry
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DeviceAtlas | Mobile Device Detection -
WURFL - Mobile Device Database by ScientiaMobile -
WURFL, the Wireless Universal Resource FiLe, is a Device Description Repository (DDR), i.e. a software component that maps HTTP Request headers to the profile of the HTTP client (Desktop, Mobile Device, Tablet, etc.) that issued the request. - Aaron Terry
Mobile Device Detection, Optimisation and Analysis -
10 reasons why Dart is cooler than JavaScript | Christian Grobmeier Solutions -
Java Developer Tools: jHiccup Java Performance Analysis -
Hiccup is an open source tool designed to measure the pauses and stalls (or “hiccups”) associated with an application’s underlying Java runtime platform. The new tool captures the aggregate effects of the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), operating system, hypervisor (if used) and hardware on application stalls and response time. - Aaron Terry
OTN Discussion Forums : Jrockit and Coldfusion ... -
Compound Theory - Using a Java URLClassLoader in CFMX Can Cause a Memory Leak -
This is a bug in ColdFusion that can cause memory leaks when using a to load external jar files. Thus, this can cause memory leaks in JavaLoader, Transfer and any other system that uses this technology. However there is a workaround for the issue. - Aaron Terry Quick & Dirty ColdFusion JVM Memory Monitor -
Today I wanted to give you a quirk and dirty script you can run on ColdFusion 8 which will give you a lot of the same memory information—but wrapped up into a CF script. The script is based on some code from Steve Brownlee's useful post on accessing ColdFusion internals using Java. - Aaron Terry
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Analyzing large heap dumps with MAT on Windows » -
A quick tip from a battle this morning… I’m still hunting down the memory leak that was the origin of my guide on finding memory leaks in the JVM a couple of weeks ago. I’m trying to analyze a heap dump using the Eclipse Memory Analysis from our ColdFusion 8 server which uses 2GB of RAM on Linux. Most of the tutorials about “large heaps” are talking about 500MB. That’s not the issue here; we run our server to use 2GB of RAM for the heap. - Aaron Terry
Finding memory leaks in your ColdFusion JVM » -
ColdFusion MX. Such an improvement in so many ways, yet when it comes to debugging, the addition of the Java Virtual Machine has created nothing but headaches for your average ColdFusion developer. The reason is: we’re not Java developers and the JVM is some scary black box full of voodoo. That’s what my mama told me. - Aaron Terry
“it could be bunnies” » Blog Archive » Using JDK tools to analyze ColdFusion hangs -
ColdFusion 8 includes the very nice server monitor that allows you to see what is happening in real time. The problem with the server monitor is that it runs in the same process as ColdFusion so when ColdFusion becomes unresponsive there is a chance that the server monitor is inaccessible as well. And of course the server monitor is Enterprise Edition only. - Aaron Terry
CFDEEP: Using MAT with Coldfusion -
The simplest is probably a simple jstat reporting tool. We take snapshots of our servers with jstat about once a minute, and save the results in the database. With the results I can generate a lot of useful information about our JVM. To do this I use a few basic cfchart commands and get some basic results like the following, detailing heap usage in the server. - Aaron Terry
ColdFusion out of stack space? Unfortunately it’s probably your fault. | Fly Dillon Fly -
I am referring to my last post last week where I was looking into JVM Garbage collection issues, and a particular issue I was having with spontaneous ColdFusion 9 server restarts. As it turned out the problem was one of swap space, or rather a lack of it. - Aaron Terry
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