Wandering Thoughts archives

2020-02-29: OpenBSD versus Prometheus (and Go)
2020-02-28: One reason for Go to prefer providing indexes in for ... range loops
2020-02-27: Some alert inhibition rules we use in Prometheus Alertmanager
2020-02-26: The magic settings to make a bar graph in Grafana
The browsers are probably running the TLS show now
2020-02-25: The basics of /etc/mailcap on Ubuntu (and Debian)
2020-02-23: Webmail providers (and others) hiding user IPs was the right decision
Our (unusual) freedom to use alerts as notifications
2020-02-22: Will common motherboards ever have very many NVMe drive slots?
2020-02-21: An appreciation for Cinnamon's workspace flipping keyboard shortcuts
2020-02-20: Link: Stop Using Encrypted Email
2020-02-19: Load average is now generally only a secondary problem indicator
How and why we regularly capture information about running processes
2020-02-17: The uncertainty of an elevated load average on our Linux IMAP server
The case of mysterious load average spikes on our Linux login server
2020-02-16: With sudo, complex argument validation is best in cover scripts
2020-02-14: Unix's /usr split and standards (and practice)
The /bin versus /usr split and diskless workstations
2020-02-12: You can't delegate a ZFS administration permission to delete only snapshots
Some git aliases that I use
2020-02-10: Doing frequent ZFS scrubs lets you discover problems close to when they happened
2020-02-09: I'm likely giving up on trying to read Fedora package update information
Code dependencies and operational dependencies
2020-02-08: Ways that I have lost the source code for installed programs
2020-02-07: I frequently use dependencies because they enable my programs to exist
2020-02-05: The drawback of having a dynamic site with a lot of URLs on today's web
2020-02-04: What 'is' translates to in CPython bytecode
The place of the 'is' syntax in Python
2020-02-02: What we do to enable us to grow our ZFS pools over time
Some unusual and puzzling bad requests for my CSS stylesheet

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