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This post will be in the context of running FluentD on a VM using the td-agent and filebeat packages.
I’ve been using the Bitnami MariaDB Docker Container when testing it with Ghost.
Long chains of easier-to-read sub-commands have come to be all the rage these days, or maybe it’s just me. To fit into contemporary parlance, I feel like most programs historically used prefixes for sub-commands like
-exec. These days, calling an application with
docker volume ls or
kubectl get all --all-namespaces is an everyday thing. Nowadays
sed -i would be written like
Naturally, the first thing I did after powering it on and making sure it worked, was to wipe the installation of Ubuntu on the laptop and replace it with my now-favorite Linux Distribution: Kubuntu. For one, I want full-disk encryption. With how easy it is these days, who wouldn’t? And KDE is just superior these days. It didn’t use to be, but it is now and going forward.
I’ve spent days banging my head on this issue. In my sandbox, Nomad is integrated with Consul. For whatever reason, Nomad’s default of registering itself with Consul’s service discovery feature just wasn’t working.
I’m writing an Ansible Role, and I can’t figure out why in the world the
template module isn’t looking in
./roles/myrole/files/words.txt to locate the file I’m trying to push from the control machine to the remote machine..