Currently managing 727GB of RAM, crazy!
This is just a test image, still cute but it's just me testing stuff :P
Goal for the day: increase automation without breaking stuff
Sounds easy enough :P
I am getting reports of an issue where a Mastodon service gets halted and only after manual restart it comes back.
I have just reported this: https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/issues/8263
Please keep an eye out until I manage to understand what is causing it and let me know if you experience some odd behaviour in your instance (timeline not updating, stuck in "under maintenance page").
Sometimes when I am playing around on live production servers, the voice of Ralph Wiggum comes to my mind: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdKqAVpUOwI&list=RDHdKqAVpUOwI&t=5
My morning was spent creating a bash script that converts a port number to a valid CIDR to use as unique subnet in Docker.
I really have trouble of thinking of ways to add more false information in a single line of text 😂
Testing Google News and got this notification.
So, this is what Google AI thinks is relevant to me 🙃
Looking for a Ruby dev that wants to do a side gig (paid obviously) to help me fix an issue I am having with Masto.host?
I have been thinking/trying to implement a backup system using APFS for media backups. This would be pretty cool because I could duplicate the folder daily and keep past days without duplicating the disk space used.
In my testing, manually this works but can't find a way to automate or duplicate via command line because 'cp' just does a real copy and doesn't play nice with APFS. Struggling to find a tool to do the clone/duplication but I think this would be a pretty cool solution.
Are you still using Wasabi for mstdn.io?
BTW: pretty cool tutorial https://angristan.xyz/moving-mastodon-media-files-to-wasabi-object-storage/
OK, solved it by manually going to the Mastodon Admin Sidekiq interface and deleting all pending related to remove_remote. I think it worked. I can go and have lunch now :)
Mastodon help: remove_remote now works in Sidekiq and I was running a test remove_remote that now keeps on throwing errors and I just can't find a way to stop it, restart doesn't work. It just keeps trying to do the remove_remote and throwing errors. Any suggestions?
Wondering: if I upgrade a server from Debian 9.4 to 9.5 (new release with Specter V2 fix) do I need to restart the server for the fix to work?
Note to self: do not run StackOverflow commands you don't fully understand