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+date: 2007-07-09 10:01:53 +1200
+categories: osx
+read more: Read more on ssh segmentation fault in osx
+summary: Argh!! Every time I install an update on my MacBook it breaks ssh so I've decided to install [Fink](http://finkproject.org/) and openssh instead of using Apple's ssh.
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+# ssh segmentation fault osx
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+Argh!! Every time I install an update on my MacBook it breaks ssh. Up until now I'd been using [Pacifist](http://www.charlessoft.com/) to extract & reinstall the Kerberos Framework from the [10.4.8 update](http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/macosx1048comboupdateintel.html), as per [these instructions](http://macsingularity.org/2007/03/06/fix-ssh-segmentation-faults-in-tiger/).
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+I'm now having to do this on a regular basis which is very annoying _and_ I'm getting concerned that replacing Kerberos with an older version is introducing security holes. so I've decided to install [Fink](http://finkproject.org/) and openssh instead of using Apple's ssh.
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summary: Active Record (AR) is slow. All that nice reflection comes at a price. You should use AR to prototype your app, then take a look at the logs to see where SQL can be tweaked.
# Improve Default Rails Database Performance
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Active Record (AR) is slow. All that nice reflection comes at a price. You should use AR to prototype your app, then take a look at the logs.
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3. Tweak the SQL
-Stick the tweaked DB query into your model using `find_by_sql()` and things should move along nicely...
+For example:
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+Stick the tweaked DB query into your model using `find_by_sql()` and things should move along nicely... In fact I've seen some looped AR calls go from a few minutes to a few seconds by just pulling that loop out into one simple SQL query.
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+date: Date: 2007-05-23 08:58:08 +1200
+categories: rails
+read more: Read more on RailsConf 2007
+summary: Ok, I've just got back from [RailsConf 2007](http://conferences.oreillynet.com/rails/). It was awesome to be amongst so many bright motivated people. The talks gave a broad overview on what was happening in the ruby community and the workshops explored specific topics in more technical depth.
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+# RailsConf 2007
+
+[![Railsconf 2007](../../attachments/railsconf_2007.jpg)](../../attachments/railsconf_2007.jpg)
+Ok, I've just got back from [RailsConf 2007](http://conferences.oreillynet.com/rails/). It was awesome to be amongst so many bright motivated people. The talks gave a broad overview on what was happening in the ruby community and the workshops explored specific topics in more technical depth.
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+In the next few posts I'll try and relate any advice I picked up while I was there, but to be honest a lot of it was above my head (especially the TDD stuff). For now, [here's where you can find most of the slides from the conference](http://wiki.oreillynet.com/wiki/railsconf2007/index.cgi?PresentationSlides).

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