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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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I recently needed to completely automate deploying a full ELK/EFK stack and clients and didn’t find anything that suited my needs so I wrote the playbooks for this in Ansible. This was my first real foray into automation with Ansible, … Continue reading
In a previous post we covered getting started with the ELK stack (Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana). Now we need to remove old indexes manually from an Elasticsearch datastore sorted by age. We’ll be using the curator tool in a sandbox using … Continue reading
The ELK stack provides a very powerful set of tools that allow administrators and developers unfettered access and customizable log aggregation across any manner of server, application or device. Recently I needed to stand up a new ELK stack on … Continue reading