Perfect For All

The modern design of Minamaze (Lite) makes it the perfect choice for any website. Business, charity, blog, well everything!

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100% Responsive

Minamaze (Lite) is 100% responsive. It looks great on all devices, from mobile to desktops and everything in between!

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Powerful Framework

Get a taste of our awesome ThinkUpThemes Framework and make changes to your site easily, without touching any code at all!

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WordPress (2.8.2) Issues

Since I migrated my blog to the new service provider I ran into a few problems. WordPress.com Stats Plugin First of all I was unable to post from Live Writer because of an error I kept on getting. The error looked like an error with something that had to do with XML-RPC support. Which –ofcourse-

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List all of your snapshots (oneliners)

It’s not hard to create a PowerShell script to list your current snapshots, but of course it’s a nice challenge to create a oneliner that’ll take care of this. I’ve created several oneliners with different output, for instance: this one is to show snapshots of your total VMware infrastructure: Get-VM | Sort Name | Get-Snapshot

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Refresh Datastores with PowerShell (oneliner)

As I mentioned in the previous article about Refreshing Datastores I would see if I could make a oneliner for this action and I succeed in doing that. This is what the line should be: Get-Datacenter | Get-Cluster -Name “ClusterName” | Get-VMHost | ForEach { $_ } { Get-VMHostStorage -VMHost:$_ -Refresh } The result on

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Refresh Datastores with PowerShell

When using NFS for your datastores on your SAN (eg. NetApp) and you resize your datastore on the fly it always takes a while before the ESX/vSphere servers refresh the datastore so you can see the new size of the volume. This can be annoying when you want to create a VM on one of

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HTTP DoS Vulnerability

This “vulnerability” is somewhat unavoidable. The thing is that this tool keeps on opening simple HTTP connections which is –even if the webserver limits the maximum number of connections- really unstoppable. As the quote from the Slowloris website explains pretty clearly too. Also, the DoS tool (perl script) is freely downloadable. Slowloris holds connections open

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PowerGUI Script Editor – Empty Your Runspace

Here’s a useful tip for anyone who enjoys the handy debugger in the PowerGUI Script Editor during their intensive PowerShell scripting activities The most useful feature while debugging is the “Variables” window in the editor. It allows you to see all the variables/objects that you declared and look inside them to see what data they

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List NFS Datastore Usage

Some time ago someone we agreed on putting a minimum of 15 Virtual Machines on each NFS-volume on our NetApp storage. Now, almost a year later we have about 14 NFS volumes and the spreading of the VM’s on the Volumes have become a bit out of the ordinary. Mostly because we didn’t have an

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Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1

Hi Everyone! Welcome to my first blog post on my own blog page. This finally gives me the opportunity to write a bit more and add a bit more imagery than I can do on just Twitter. Now that being said, let’s get to where this post is about Microsoft finally release the first Beta

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