As part of a compliance check for our company, I was required to print the name/version of all FOSS proejcts I'm using.
Most of it was digging around
setup.pys, which isn't that interesting. The neat part was this snippet to extract license information from …
HBase installations include a shell for running arbitrary commands.
For instance, if you want to view all of your snapshots, you can do something like:
[me@server ~]$ hbase shell HBase Shell; enter 'help<RETURN>' for list of supported commands. Type "exit<RETURN>" to leave the HBase Shell Version …
Some time ago, some colleague rebuilt several servers and reused their names (think
Obviously the new servers had different SSH server keys than the old ones, so my
known_hosts file was out of date.
I considered manually removing the old key fingerprints, but decided that …
One of the first things I noticed when starting to work with AWS is that security groups are very hard to maintain:
I thought I'd upload some interesting Chef-related snippets I accumulated.
chef-shell is an easy way to gain the context of a Chef client.
I mainly use it to debug recipes by executing little bits of them in the shell.
If you're running it on a standard …more ...
I recently had an issue with use_inline_resources.
This feature's documentation is lackluster, and I learnt about its magic thanks to some scraps of information.
I wanted to share some of my info about how it actually works.
use_inline_resources is used to separate a LWRP's run context from the …