Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Saturated Fat?

NOTE: I AM NOT A NUTRITIONIST. Please consult people you trust about things related to your health.

The common refrain: "This fat is bad for you because it's solid at room temperature".

About this: If your body is room temperature, you don't really have to worry about the fat being solid in your system.

Or, to put it another way: your body is probably going to like squishy things going through its system much better than things that dry it out. Squishy things are easier to push through than rough things and are easier to absorb nutrients from than fibrous items.

Have you heard of saturated fat? What do you suppose the fat is saturated with? Could it possibly be things your body needs? "Cholesterol!!!" Yes, but your body needs cholesterol to actually build cells and think better.

Why is juicing better than eating raw vegetables? Because it changes rough stuff to squishy stuff.

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Solve AutoMySQLBackup warning mysql.event

Fix for: -- Warning: Skipping the data of table mysql.event. Specify the --events option explicitly.

edit /usr/sbin/automysqlbackup (wherever your /etc/cron.daily/automysqlbackup points)
find the OPT="--quote-names" line (about line 354)

Change it to
OPT="--quote-names --events --ignore-table=mysql.event"

OR, (Based upon additional reading of responses):
one of:
OPT="--quote-names --events"

OPT="--quote-names --ignore-table=mysql.event"

The original line suppresses the warning and ignores the table (redundant).
If you wish to have the table in your backup, don't ignore the table, just use --events
If you don't care about the table, ignoring the table will also suppress the event message.

What's optimal? Depends on if you use events and require them to be restored.

Reference: http://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=68376

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