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How to Sum Up “Global: PHP” Field Values in Drupal 7 Views

Filed under: CMS — Tags: , , , , , — Sezgin Bayrak @ 20:02

Drupal 7In Views, summing up custom php query results among themselves and getting the totals individually can be a problematic or even impossible task if you try to do this by using aggregation method or Views Calc module. After wasting considerable amount of time with these helpless methods, I decided to go wild and finally found a convenient solution via PHP approach.


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Displaying the Total Number of Rows Returned by Views in Drupal 7

Filed under: CMS — Tags: , , , — Sezgin Bayrak @ 15:18

Drupal 7If you need to display the total number of rows returned by Views, you need to simply add a “Global: PHP” field in the HEADER or FOOTER of your view setup and place the following PHP code inside the Output code area. Label you give here will only be displayed administratively. Don’t forget to use <?php and ?> delimiters to enclose PHP code.


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Hardening vSphere 5.0

Filed under: ms tip — Tags: , , , , , , , , — Mehmet Bora Teoman @ 11:58

Hello folks

This is another article about vSphere virtualization environment and I want to talk about hardening processes for ESXi 5 in this article. By design, ESXi 5 has a very small attacking surface and is a relatively secure platform. But further hardening can be performed on ESXi hosts and virtual machines to make virtualization infrastructure more secure (and that is a good thing). Third party products can be used for security reasons but today  our topic will be the basic configuration changes that we can make on vSphere environment itself for a more secure platform.

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VMware vSphere Update Manager (VUM) 5.0 Configuration and Remediation of ESXi 5 Host

Filed under: ms tip — Tags: , , , , , , , , — Mehmet Bora Teoman @ 11:10

In the previous article, I talked about the installation of VMware vSphere Update Manager (VUM) 5.0. In this article, I want to explain the basic configuration options that we can play with and how we can apply patches to host machines via VUM. In previous version of VUM, virtual machines can be patched also. But in this version, we can only patch hosts, upgrade hosts and perform VMware Tools / Virtual Machine hardware upgrade operations. So lets begin with the basic configuration options we have.

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