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- sadsfae pushed to master in redhat-performance/quadssadsfae pushed to master in redhat-performance/quads Oct 17, 2019 1 commit to master 7d8ab94 feat: added percentage utilization on wiki […]
- sadsfae closed an issue in redhat-performance/quadssadsfae closed an issue in redhat-performance/quads Oct 17, 2019 [RFE] Update to include Server Utilization on the Visualizations Page #287 Have a way of listing monthly server utilization % at the top of the visualizations page By using the grey square calculations based off the curren… 1 comment […]
- sadsfae pushed to master in redhat-performance/quadssadsfae pushed to master in redhat-performance/quads Oct 15, 2019 1 commit to master 3b17ab6 fix: validate env variable name […]
- sadsfae pushed to master in redhat-performance/quadssadsfae pushed to master in redhat-performance/quads Oct 15, 2019 2 commits to master 3d5f910 Merge "feat: make nowipe skip any kind of validations" d2bc0f7 feat: make nowipe skip any kind of validations […]
- sadsfae closed an issue in redhat-performance/quadssadsfae closed an issue in redhat-performance/quads Oct 15, 2019 [RFE] Make nowipe skip any kind of validations #283 After some discussions it doesn't make much sense for the nowipe cloud flag to be set and still have systems that move into it perform network / fp… 1 comment […]
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Category Archives: skit
The Workflow Optimizer is part of a new sketch series about people who work as “professional workflow optimizers.” Today the workflow optimizer visits the Engineering office to help a colleague out with his workflow.
Watch closely as “Knapsack” Willy Jenkins defends a hobohouse against an intruder.
Part of the greater “Awkward but Ineffective Attacks” theme, Human Battering ram proves not to be effective to strangers in Boston, MA.
Some improvised fun at a colleagues expense who was chatting on a webcam a few years ago while working late in a datacenter.