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- sadsfae commented on issue redhat-performance/quads#14Mar 24, 2017 sadsfae commented on issue redhat-performance/quads#14 Update here: we have 9 x Dell r620's and a new switch in rack b08 to start testing this with.
- sadsfae opened issue redhat-performance/quads#50Mar 24, 2017 sadsfae opened issue redhat-performance/quads#50 Reset Cloud descriptions once workload is complete.
- sadsfae opened issue redhat-performance/quads#49Mar 24, 2017 sadsfae opened issue redhat-performance/quads#49 Improve find-available.py by using multiprocessing library
- sadsfae commented on issue redhat-performance/quads#48Mar 24, 2017 sadsfae commented on issue redhat-performance/quads#48 Foreman supports booting from an image instead of needing to kickstart an OS, that's not very difficult to do.
- sadsfae pushed to master at redhat-performance/ops-toolsMar 22, 2017 sadsfae pushed to master at redhat-performance/ops-tools f17b046 Add r930 and r630 jbod/vdisk templates
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Category Archives: sysadmin
Sometimes you just need to get stuff done quickly and there’s nary a replacement than a quick shell one-liner. Recently I’ve needed to feed some large, multi-variable commands into an external program for processing. Here’s some simple shell one-liners and … Continue reading
Let’s Encrypt is a free, public SSL certificate authority (CA) you can use to generate and automate SSL certificate renewal. I co-manage Trystack.org, a free OpenStack sandbox for the general public and our Horizon SSL certificate came up for expiration … Continue reading
Plex is a fork of the Open Source Kodi (previously XBMC) project from 2008, the Plex Media Server has evolved into what amounts to a free, personal Netflix + Spotify that lets you stream home content to devices or browsers … Continue reading
Sometimes I need to quickly copy SSH keys to remote systems in a pinch. I can do this with the Ansible authorized_key module but that’s not always available. I might be on a random system and Ansible or external internet … Continue reading
Git is more than just an awesome, decentralized version control system (SCM) – it can also drive lots of useful automation by triggering actions to deploy infrastructure and services based on event and commit-based hooks. You can drive a lot … Continue reading
“It’s not done unless it’s documented,” says the wise Ops sage. Frequently updated documentation is critical, it’s also one of the most neglected parts of technology. Learn how we auto-generate server resource wiki data with Python, WordPress and Foreman.