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  1. GREETING: I would like to wish everyone at W3Schools a very Happy New Year! BACKGROUND: In an effort to speed up Matomo's performance without having to create a routine that will retrieve, save, and call the desire data -- a procedure suggested earlier by others -- I am seeking to set up a Matomo CRON job that apparently does the same with no additional coding on my part. Unfortunately, I am confused by the syntax. CODE (RECOMMENDED BY MATOMO): 5 * * * * www-data /usr/bin/php5 /path/to/piwik/console core:archive --url=http://example.org/piwik/ > /home/example/piwik-archive
  2. Hi I am using below script to create 3 tables adjacent to each other : PARAMETERS MOUNT SIZE 1 f fg fgh BEFORE_USAGE USED AVAILABLE
  3. Hi I have a column in my database which is called "lastupdated" it stores a unix date and time stamp '1331299541' Fri, 09 Mar 2012 13:25:41 GMT. I want to run a query to retrieve any activity that happens that day. $query = "SELECT * FROM contacts WHERE lastupdated = '1331299541'"; As you can see i'm quite new to this so looking to be pointed in the right direction. I know its to do with formatting the date stamp? Cheers Chris
  4. I am kind of new to the whole server admin side of the web. I just learned UNIX through a very handy video, and I can definitely see it's advantages. The video showed ma a lot as far as working in the command line, and different things that I can do. What it did not show me was how to manage a web server remotely through unix. I know it is possible, through SSH (I slightly understand how it works). My eventual goal is to just purchase(or rent) my own web server running ubuntu(or whatever flavor of unix) and be able to completely manage it through no UI. I'm interested in learning things about
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