Ubuntu: Disable start of a service on boot

Categories: Howto, Linux, Ubuntu

A simple problem I was facing in Ubuntu was finding an equivalent of “chkconfig” available on the Redhat flavors. Well, for the unaware people: ‘chkconfig‘ is popularly used for adding or removing any services during boot. In other words, it updates and queries runlevel information for system services. So, my search was for a similar tool […]

Simple Queue on mongodb

Categories: mongodb

Mongodb is interesting. For someone like me who is entirely into memcached, mongodb is a wonderful {key, value} kinda-datastore with fabulous capabilities. (psst.. in reality it is not a {key, value} store.) I was playing around with it and suddenly wanted to see what are the various types of data structure that can be implemented on top […]