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12:07 AM
@MichaelHampton RHCSA next week, RHCE two weeks after. Received my voucher :D
 
12:18 AM
@ewwhite archlinux is the current hipster distro. Its quite gentoolike.
 
I thought Ubuntu was the hipster distro?
 
"I used to use ubuntu before it was cool!"
Basically archlinux is somewhat less common, and as much of a pain in the cloud to install as gentoo.
 
@JourneymanGeek no :(
just no
 
Why does twitter send a notification to my phone when one of the people I follow retweets something
 
@mossy Because you were dumb enough to give Twitter your phone number.
 
12:28 AM
A push notification, not a text lol
 
Oh, you installed the app. You really are a glutton for punishment. :)
 
@Jacob: Meh, that's what arch is a lot of the time.
Especially on a server.
(Well, on a personal server it may be different. I do believe @FalconMomot runs his own stuff on gentoo...)
 
@JourneymanGeek I would hope openbsd
 
@RyJones: Well, mine runs on ubuntu.
Partially legacy reasons, partially cause I can't seem to beat rutorrent into working correctly on fedora.
 
@JourneymanGeek Eh? It ought not to be difficult.
 
1:14 AM
@MichaelHampton: For some reason rtorrent won't talk to rutorrent over scgi
I suspect its selinux, but I'm not entirely inclined to tear down something that works perfectly (and essentially is in production) to test.
 
@JourneymanGeek setsebool -P httpd_can_network_connect 1
 
eh, lemme grab an ISO and fire up a VM.
 
 
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2:43 AM
Getting List of messages in "Inbox.Archives.201" OK, 54972 messages found
Our CEO is a fucking email hoarder.
I'm going to get him on a reality television show!
 
Haven't you got an email retention (or more accurately, deletion) policy?
 
3:05 AM
@MichaelHampton The previous server didn't support such things
and I can't enforce one on the new server without the approval of the hoarder.
Do you have a global deletion policy?
 
posted on October 31, 2014 by Scott Pack

This is the fifth in a multi-part series where I explore the process of transforming an existing Graylog install into a resilient and scalable multi-site installation. Start here for Part 1. At this point we have the dedicated ElasticSearch nodes up and running with the legacy node shut down. MongoDB has been split out and is in a Master/Slave replication mode running on the new nodes. Gray

 

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