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I created this about a year ago, very handy when you have a folder full of SQL queries you need run.
I had also added in a find and replace to alter the scripts to run on a variable database. Of course anything like that can be added in as the need comes up.
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Good stuff for the DevOps folk
 
+Jonathan Thurman took the time to highlight a few of his favorite #DevOps  tools for us recently. These tools might have gone unrecognized for quite some time, but they've definitely got their merits! Check out his top five in this report: http://oreil.ly/1c58DzC What are your top DevOps tools?
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You just HAD to say it, didn't you.
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Now THIS is a cool controller.
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Squishy timber control! That sounds naughty but I like it.
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Z-Drive R4, your awesomeness might be short lived
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Sadness :'(
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If you don't like the Chemical Brothers, it simply because you've never heard them.
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Vsphere 5.0 Licensing Overview = We Need More $$$

From the PDF...


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Significant innovations in hardware design—such as CPUs with
ever-larger number of cores, high-density memory chips, solidstate drives and hyperthreading—were causing the hardware
limits in vSphere 4.x licensing to become outdated. In the 36
months since the release of vSphere 4.0, multicore capacity
of x86 CPUs grew from 2–4 cores per CPU to 8–12 per CPU.
Processor manufacturers have announced plans to introduce
CPUs that will exceed 12 cores. CPU manufacturers have
introduced or plan to introduce technologies—such as
hyperthreading—that work at the subcore level and increase
processing power by improving parallelization of computations.
Similar growth and innovation trends are also happening on the
memory side, with RAM chip density growing from 4GB per
DIMM to 8GB and 16GB per DIMM and new types of memory
technologies—such as solid-state-drive (SSD)—becoming
mainstream. *This innovation trend in server hardware technologies
is rapidly making the hardware restrictions of vSphere 4.x licenses
outdated posing difficulties for customers to plan future
investments in infrastructure and virtualization*.---

What they really mean: We couldn't make any more money because hardware was growing faster than our CPU licensing model, so we had to change it so that we could.

Marketing people must think we're idiots.
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I understand where they were coming from with switching from socket/core based licensing to vRAM-based, but their vRAM limits are WAY to low. I understand memory sharing and such, but still, there's a reason HP and Dell make 1U servers that can handle 192GB of RAM.
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3.4 version of Plex on IOS crashes everytime trying to send a channel to Chromecast. Happened on IOS 6.1.2, 7.0, and 7.1 via iphone 5s, 4s, iPad mini and Ipad v4 retina. The googles show that lots of people are having this issue. Any official stance from Plex? #chromecast
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Fixed in the 3.4.1 update! Thanks Plex!!!
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I've got a G-box MX2 and its been working well. I ran into a problem this weekend where I could not play DVD Rips. One would start the "spinning wheel" and then just not play it, the other would literally blow up XBMC.

Any one else having this problem?
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Another reason I was OK with not going to college...
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3 grand for this setup
 
Say hello to my new home lab.

2x Proliant ML110's (Quad core Xeon's @ 3.1ghz, 32gb DDR3, 256gb SSD for host cache)
Synology DS1812+ (6x 128gb SSD in RAID5)
Netgear ReadyNAS Ultra 6 (4x 2tb HDD in RAID5)
Cisco SG 300-10 Gigabit Managed switch
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    Systems Engineer, 2011 - present
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