Review: Sandman Slim

Sandman Slim by Richard Kadrey My rating: 2 of 5 stars A good read for October, I guess. I didn’t really know what this book was about at all. I’d gotten it during a free ebook Friday for B&N years and years ago. The title made it sound like it was a detective noir or […]

Stratis or BTRFS?

It’s been a while since btrfs was first introduced to me via a Fedora version that had it as the default filesystem. At the time, it was especially brittle when it came to power outages. I ended up losing a system to one such use case. But a few years ago, I started using btrfs […]

Using Docker Now!

With modern technology, here’s the pattern I’ve noticed since college. New tech comes out and I can see that it’s neat, but not how I can make use of it. A few years later, I finally come across the right article and it all makes sense to me. I first noticed this with VMs. I […]

Outdated Thinking

In a post about how security has changed, Josh Bressers had this great bit of info in how some people are living in the past when it comes to understanding technology: If you listen to my podcast (which you should be doing already), I had a bit of a rant at the start this week […]

btrfs scrub complete

This was the status at the end of the scrub: [root@supermario ~]# /usr/sbin/btrfs scrub start -Bd /media/Photos/ scrub device /dev/sdd1 (id 1) done scrub started at Tue Mar 21 17:18:13 2017 and finished after 05:49:29 total bytes scrubbed: 2.31TiB with 0 errors scrub device /dev/sda1 (id 2) done scrub started at Tue Mar 21 17:18:13 […]

Speed of btrfs scrub

Here’s the output of the status command: [root@supermario ~]# btrfs scrub status /media/Photos/ scrub status for 27cc1330-c4e3-404f-98f6-f23becec76b5 scrub started at Tue Mar 21 17:18:13 2017, running for 01:05:38 total bytes scrubbed: 1.00TiB with 0 errors So on Fedora 25 with an AMD-8323 (8 core, no hyperthreading) and 24GB of RAM with this hard drive and […]

LXC Project Part 3: Starting and logging into my first container

Continuing my LXC project, let’s list the installed containers: lxc-ls That just shows the name of the container – lemmy. For completion’s sake, I’m going to start it as a daemon in the background rather than being sent straight into the console: lxc-start -n lemmy -d As per usual Linux SOP, it produced no output. […]