Month: October 2014

Update Default phpMyAdmin in Webuzo [Manual Process]

Webuzo -Single User Control Panel provides as very simple and easy-to use GUI for managing databases/db users on the server. Webuzo also provides phpMyAdmin for managing the database server.

phpMyAdmin is a free software tool written in PHP, intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the Web. phpMyAdmin supports a wide range of operations on MySQL, MariaDB and Drizzle. Frequently used operations (managing databases, tables, columns, relations, indexes, users, permissions, etc) can be performed via the user interface, while you still have the ability to directly execute any SQL statement.

This tutorial guides users to update the default phpMyAdmin accessible from the Webuzo Enduser Panel

Note : Take a backup of your phpMyAdmin configuration : /usr/local/webuzo/enduser/webuzo/phpmyadmin/

Step 1 > Download the latest version of phpMyAdmin []

Note : This guide refers to

*Please change the version while executing the commands accordingly.

Command : wget -O /tmp/ ""

Step 2 > UNZIP the contents of /tmp/ to a temporary directory /tmp

Command : unzip -o /tmp/ -d /tmp/

Step 3 > Copy the files to /usr/local/webuzo/enduser/webuzo/phpmyadmin/
Commad : yes | cp -rpf /tmp/phpMyAdmin-* /usr/local/webuzo/enduser/webuzo/phpmyadmin/

Done !!! Your phpMyAdmin is updated.

Step 4 > Remove the temporary files
Command : rm -rf /tmp/phpMyAdmin- /tmp/

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Java Timing Code: Compare Execution Times of Methods

Often times, you will have two Java functions, and you will want to know which one performs better. You can use this Java class to time multiple methods to find out which one is faster.

Example Usage: Java Timing Code

Let’s say you have these two functions and want to know which one is faster:

public static String function1(String i) {
    return i + i;

public static String function2(String i) {
    StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
    return sb.toString();

Here is how you would use my timing class:

public static void simpleTimingTest() throws Exception {
    Timing t = new Timing();

    The timing function will run the tests in chunks.
    For each chunk, the same input will be used.

    Input will be gathered via the passed IntFunction. The timing method will
    pass the current index (going from 0 to amountRunsPerChunk) to it and will expect
    any return of the defined type.
    IntFunction inputProvider = i -> String.valueOf(i);

    The add method expects two functions: the above mentioned input provider,
    as well as a function which accepts the output from the input provider as input
    and applies it to the function which will be timed.
    t.add((String s) -> function1(s), inputProvider, "function1 ");
    t.add((String s) -> function2(s), inputProvider, "function2 ");

    t.time(true); // true: force test (otherwise, time might throw an exception
                  // if it suspects that there isn't enough memory)
    t.output(s -> System.out.println(s), Timing.Sort.ASC);

You can also do more complex things with it:

public static void predefinedInputTimingTest() throws Exception {
    Timing t = new Timing();
    The input doesn't have to be generated using the passed index, you could
    also use predefined input to time your functions:
    String[] input = new String[]{"input1", "another input", "more input"};
    IntFunction inputProvider = i -> input[i % input.length];
    t.add((String s) -> function1(s), inputProvider, "function1 ");
    t.add((String s) -> function2(s), inputProvider, "function2 ");

    You can decide what should be reported when timing finished:
    t.setReport(EnumSet.of(Timing.Report.NAME, Timing.Report.MEAN));
    t.time(true, s -> System.out.println(s)); // pass String -> String function to report debug information
    t.output(s -> System.out.println(s), Timing.Sort.ASC);