While attempting to deploy an awesome set-it-and-forget-it volume snapshot solution for my GKE cryptocurrency mining pool empire, I stumbled across the following error when trying to create the necessary RBAC ClusterRoleBinding:
While making my most recent commit to my blog, I discovered (after the fact) that I’d accidentally committed a screenshot from a customer project, into my /images/ subdirectory.
Today I was trying to grep through a directory structure full of PHP code, looking for a function which, inexplicably, returned
- Automatically install build dependencies prior to building an RPM package → A handy tip re quickly installing all the dependencies for a .SPEC file
- How do I figure out my Google OpenID URL? → Useful if you have an old app (hello, crofflr) which still has your account tied to your Google account via OpenID
I deployed Load-Balancer-As-A-Service (LBAAS) in my lab OpenStack deployment early on, and it worked (setup in Horizon) as advertised (load-balancing inbound HTTP connections to multiple docker swarm nodes), until I broke the stack by fiddling with MTU settings.
How to use nvidia-docker to transcode with Emby / Plex using your GPU
A colleague and I were discussing my recent rant re a RedHat-issued kernel update breaking VMs on all my AMD systems. Notwithstanding the fact that my RedHat bug report about the issue is set to “private” and Bugzilla (1990 called wants its UI back, to hang out with Miranda IM) won’t let me change it, he asked me “we’ve applied the latest microcode, right?”
My home media is on a Plex installation running on a headless server in my (detached) home office, and my wife recently arranged to copy some content onto a USB drive for a friend.
At DayJob(tm), we run several older AMD-based KVM VM hosting platforms, running AMD FX 8150 CPUs on Gigabyte 990FXA-D3 motherboards.