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Sean Reifschneider
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I'm sure there will be good stuff in this, and I'd like to work through it, but at 440 pages it's gonna be a commitment.
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Terminal graph generator, I could see using that!
mkaz/termgraph
mkaz/termgraph
github.com
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Jupyter running Ansible plays! Fascinating!
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Nomad's claim to fame is that it's simpler than Kubernetes, and also that it can run virtualized hosts as well as Docker containers. Kubernetes with Rancher is pretty easy, but I'm wondering if Nomad might be better "sized" for what I need, much like ganeti was better sized for us than VMWare.
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Serf looks like a pretty easy way to set up some custom communication among a cluster of machines. It can run a "handler" program that takes events, and that handler can be as simple as a shell script. So for example it should be easily possible to set up scripts that would trigger an update of known_hosts files when a new machine is spun up, and once that known_hosts file is there trigger the machines in the cluster to grab it from the Ansible host, or the Ansible host to push it out.
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Serf
serf.io
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This could allow running of our Windows SQL database on the Kubernetes cluster infrastructure. Not sure if that'd work out well, running a non-container service on a container-optimized system. I'm worried that assumptions made would not match the VM reality.
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I wonder if this is better than OwnCloud for storing files.
Syncthing
Syncthing
syncthing.net
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I've been wanting to rewrite the dashboard of my backup system...
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I've been using the fish shell for a few months now, and I really like the autosuggestions. But the vi history editing, frankly, is terrible. Basics work, but many not terribly advance things don't. After a quick test, this looks like it'll bring the feature I like of fish to zsh. I might need to do that fancy "zsh history in sqlite" thing though as well.
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