Unlock the full potential of Ceph debug flags in this insightful video! Join us as we explore two crucial debug flags: file writing and memory persistence. Learn how to set and leverage these flags to enhance your Ceph system's performance and ensure data resilience in case of a crash.
We look at using XML transforms and testing the result using XSpec Please follow me on twitter Tweets by kalaspuffar Leave a comment, like and subscribe. Music: purple-planet.com
I started to use a lot of the paint functions in Java at work and I wanted to create an example that could teach me about the different shaders available in Java. The paint interface is not something you come across if you don’t draw things in Java but having an understanding of the possibilities…
We are in our new Linux environment and create some more packages. tar – create file packages vim – editor with a lot of functionality procps – check and manipulate processes texinfo – text manipulation used for documentation Please follow me on twitter Tweets by kalaspuffar My merchandise: https://ift.tt/3aqGTZF Outro music: Sanaas Scylla
We look at creating self signed certificates and get them working with your docker image. We talk about different encryption and authentication algorithms and other configuration options. Git repository: https://github.com/kalaspuffar/apache-https Please follow me on twitter Tweets by kalaspuffar Outro music: Danomate – http://danomate.com – https://www.youtube.com/user/danomate1
We look into how to set up a good Crush Map and handle the placement and device types of your OSDs in your clusters. The crush map describes where, what type, how much and what is your failure domain or safety requirements. One thing we will do a lot throughout this demonstration is to view…