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Check progress of a mysql database import

If you’ve ever had to do a huge mysql import, you’ll probably understand the pain of not being able to know how long it will take to complete. At work we use the backup gem to store daily snapshots of our databases, the main one being several gigabytes in size. This gem basically does a […]

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Killing all rails logs with one Ctrl+C?

Well, this is my first post after holidays and it won’t be very long. Imagine you are developing a rails application. Usually you have: a terminal with the server to see what petitions are received. a terminal with a tail of development.log to see what happens with the database. a terminal with a tail of […]

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