I’ve been playing around with switching from Apache to lighttpd (lighty) for a while now; one of my dev boxes runs lighty reasonably well.
Couple of things:
– the openSUSE build system has pre-built RPMs for SLES
– PHP support is via FastCGI; it’s not exactly intuitive on SLES – but the correct php5 binary is actually placed into /srv/www/cgi-bin. I moved mine to /usr/bin and renamed it to php5-fastcgi
Some time in the next few days I’ll finally move the production environment live – but right now it’s looking faster and less memory intensive than Apache.
Good news; the EXIN envelope arrived tonight – and I passed the ITIL v3 Foundation.
Now I’m looking for the ‘exact word’ on what’s needed for the v3 Diploma; it looks like I need to take the "ITIL Managers v2 to Managers v3 Bridging course" which is pushed to 2008.
Nice beta from Microsoft. This lets you move settings and applications from XP to Vista.
I passed the ITIL v2 Managers exams. Just missed a distinction on the Service Support – that’s the slightly sad part.
Otherwise good news.
The results are in the post. Several people who were on the training sent out a ‘warning’ email saying they were arriving and to watch out for an anonymous looking white envelope.
I guess it’ll take a few extra days to get here.. Still waiting for the ITIL v3 Foundation results too.
This is worse than waiting for A-level results.
I’ve been a-dancin’ around the house with the kids – Pogues on the speakers.