In 2016 the hosting provider 123-Reg deleted 67 customer servers due to a bug in a script. The script checked should delete inactive servers, but the check was faulty.Read more
Using libvirt and virt-manager does reduce the number of known features that need attention, but it also doesn't offer you any help by providing useful features.Read more
It can be tempting to use fancy tools like XEN, VMware or Proxmox - but these tools also come with additional requirements, overhead and quite a large documentation.Read more
Setting up a homelab doesn't require much.
A second hard drive in a PC is enough to start.
After realizing that magnetic HDDs were good enough for our ancestors' servers, I decided to just start with what I have available rather than waiting for the day I'm able to afford my dream - SSD only, dual CPU - server(-farm).
A 1TB HDD in my primary workstation will do - since it will do all the hard work, any notebook will do for administration.
Even after I thought admindojo.org was ready for public, it took me days to publish a post at reddit or hackernews. The feedback is worth it! Don’t wait to get it.Read more
After debugging a configuration, I finally noticed that the configuration file had the wrong extension. Even when the content is almost the same - even Linux tools will handle $.ini different than $.conf.Read more
A retrospective of milestone #1: Dropbox Feature - First release
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bashblog is a static blog generator, link list and knowledge base.
It solves a simple problem: How to preserve the thought or a summary of an article or video.
Maintaining a tool requires time and effort. By naming a tool it becomes a thing; a thing that can be loved.
By choosing a pretty name it becomes harder to abandon it.
You don’t want your baby to crash and fail during tests.Read more