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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