I’ve created simple script to test large file uploads using PHP powered servers. Fell free to check it at Gist.
Edit web.config file in your website directory and carefully add this lines (remember to change domain name):
Automatic log parsing on Windows machines fot Matomo (Piwik). Once again, thanks to: Adrian Ligiewicz (aka the Master of Powershell)
If you’re using Matomo (previously Piwik) on MS IIS and MariaDB and you’re getting a lot of these: [06-Jun-2018 11:56:36 UTC] Error in Matomo (tracker): Error query: SQLSTATE: Invalid datetime format: 1366 Incorrect string value: ‘\xC3_\xC6\x92\xC3\x82…’ for column ‘name’ at row 1 In query: INSERT INTO matomo_log_action (name, hash, type, url_prefix) VALUES (?,CRC32(?),?,?) Parameters: array […]
This might be useful when serving file downloads or uploads using PHP.
If you’ll ever have problem with opening (fopen) and reading (fread) files larger than 2 GB in your PHP script. Check your version of scripting engine. In my case switching to 64 bit solved the problem. Please mind that this error is very hard to debug because PHP does not log anything (same as MS […]
This one was little bit tricky. If you want to pack files on your IIS webserver follow my guide.
Hiding server software is one of ways to protect your services from hackers. It’s quite easy to obscure IIS identity. In few steps I’ll show you how to accomplish this task on WIMP stack.