Of course, you did not setup either machine, have only basic knowledge of the said daemon and would really love to watch that awesome piece of cinematographic art with a bunch of friends and a couple of beers. The problem with understanding running setups is that you often have to read configuration files.And when reading one is not enough, you have to compare two or more of them.Suddenly, a wild problem occurs: order and indentation do not matter (unless they do), comments are often just beautiful noise and why the hell did "that guy" smoke/drink/eat while explicitly setting ALL THE OPTIONS to their defaults before actually setting them as he wanted.
Thankfully my key was allowed to access the hypervisor, yay console! This weekend, Bernd Zeimetz organized a BSP at the offices of conova in Salzburg, Austria.
Three days of discussions, bugfixes, sparc removals and a lot of fun and laughter.
We squashed a total of 87 bugs: 66 bugs affecting Jessie/Sid were closed, 9 downgraded and 8 closed via removals.
and other (14) domains hosted on my infra was flaky from 15th to 17th of May, which may have resulted in undelivered mail.
Yeah, I know, I haven't blogged for quite some time. Name service error for name=type=AAAA: Host found, but no data record of requested type".
Even not after I switched the engine of my blog from Word Press to Nikola. But this post is not about apologizing or at least not for not blogging. Given side and page are the same word in German, I thought he meant my (this) website, so I quickly fired up a browser, checked that the site loads (I even checked both, HTTP and HTTPS! Well, yeah, that looks like an useful error message. For historical nonsense was served just fine from all three nameservers.Last Tuesday, mika sent me a direct message on Twitter (around ) that read „problem auf deiner Seite? :-)) and as everything seemed to be fine and I was at a customer I only briefly replied “? A couple messages later we found out that mika tried to send a screenshot (from his phone) but that got lost somewhere. Let's quickly SSH into that machine and look what's happening…As people tend to care about (old)stable, 3 bugs were fixed in Wheezy and one in Squeeze.These numbers might be not totaly correct, as were kinda creative at counting...Marga promised a talk about "an introduction to properly counting bugs using the 'Haus vom Nikolaus' algorithm to the base of 7".Speaking of numbers, I touched the following bugs (not all RC): Let's assume you are a sysadmin and have to debug a daemon giving bad performance on one machine, but not on the other.