This information doesn’t work on the new 1.1.0+ Agents. You will need to checkout 1.0.2 if you want to use this.
Last time I was trying to get my Odroid’s, and Raspberry Pi’s working as a Docker Swarm built on the newly integrated tools baked into Docker 1.12. That wasn’t working quite right as I explained in that post, primarily with the overlay network. The Odroid’s couldn’t quite route traffic right between all the hosts. So, I once again attempted Kubernetes, and ended up running into the exact same problems as before. Primarily, though I could get it installed and deploy containers among all the boxes, the DNS would cease to function after a reboot and it doesn’t survive a reboot of the Master node very well. I do like the interface for Kubernetes, but it really needs to make Multi-Master configurations easier to setup, and I don’t like how many changes to the underlying host OS it requires to run properly.
Welcome back, mainly to me, hah.
It’s been almost two years since my last post, but I have made sure to keep the blog running in case the information on it proves useful to people. I have even used it to recall a few old scripts here and there, so I’ll be sure to keep it around. I still have the problem of not wanting to document things as I finish them, which is terrible when you want to run a blog, but we can play a little catch up here.
In the past two years, here’s the projects I can recall dealing with:
Hey all, welcome back.
Recently I picked myself up a PS3 (Ok, so I bought it for the “kid” for “christmas” ;)), and wanted to serve my video files to my 42″ HDTV. Now, I think there are three kinds of people when it comes to watching videos on these HDTV’s. You’ve got those that want a film to be stretched to fit width-wise, maintaining it’s aspect ratio, and just adding the black borders to the top and bottom as filler. This preserves the “look” of the video so that nothing is misproportioned. Then you have those, like me, that don’t mind if people get a little taller and skinnier, but just can’t stand having half the screen be wasted black space. The third is those that don’t care. There’s always a group for those that don’t care :D.
Do you have an old PC you don’t use?
** I have now reviewed the pfSense firewall here.
Hello again! Up until a few days ago I secured my home DSL broadband network with the IPCOP 1.4 firewall. I do like IPCOP and it was fun and easy to use.. especially when you add all the addons (which are of course unsupported) that you may want. Keep in mind that, while Linux based, everything is managed through a web interface, just like any Netgear/Linksys router. Now, I do believe in the KISS principal on security. A server/box should be what it is and nothing more. A firewal should be a firewall, proxy a proxy, mail server a mail server, etc. The more you combine into one machine the more chance multiple applications/systems can become compromised.