Updated boot tech in Scalable OS (SIOS)

This has been an itch we’ve been working on scratching a few different ways, and its very much related to forgoing distro based installers. Ok, first the back story. One of the things that has always annoyed me about installing systems has been the fundamental fragility of the OS drive. It doesn’t matter if its … Read moreUpdated boot tech in Scalable OS (SIOS)

Solved the major socket bug … and it was a layer 8 problem

I’d like to offer an excuse. But I can’t. It was one single missing newline. Just one. Missing. Newline. I changed my config file to use port 10000. I set up an nc listener on the remote host. nc -k -l a.b.c.d 10000 Then I invoked the code. And the data showed up. Without a … Read moreSolved the major socket bug … and it was a layer 8 problem

New monitoring tool, and a very subtle bug

I’ve been working on coding up some additional monitoring capability, and had an idea a long time ago for a very general monitoring concept. Nothing terribly original, not quite nagios, but something easier to use/deploy. Finally I decided to work on it today. The monitoring code talks to a graphite backend. Could talk to statsd, … Read moreNew monitoring tool, and a very subtle bug

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Scalable Informatics is nominated in #12 for Best HPC storage product or technology, #20 Top supercomputing achievement which could be for this, this on a single storage box, or this this result , #21 Top 5 new products or technologies to watch for our Unison and #22 for Top 5 vendors to watch Our friends … Read moreBe sure to vote for your favorites in the HPCWire readers choice awards