I am trying to help people conceptualize the experience. Here is a video depicting very fast, very powerful cars and their sound signatures. This is a good start. Take one of those awesome machines, and turn off half the engine. So it is literally running with 1/2 of its power turned off. Remember this. There … Read moreMassive unapologetic storage firepower part 4: On the test track with a Forte unit … vaaaaROOOOOOMMMMMMM!!!!!
I like the installers that attempt (and then fail) to calculate what they need, and generate installation target names programmaticlly. I know … I know… its an attempt to reduce the level of pain for some folks, as the algorithm works for some sets of inputs. But not mine. And mine are valid. What we … Read moreJust another day, debugging someone's installer
So Microsoft will be starting to produce Linux software. This would never have happened under the previous CEO. With this change, Microsoft’s addressable market just grew fairly significantly for this product. Of course, there are ways for them to mess this up. Such as if they have features only available under windows. That would rather … Read moreWhat a difference a CEO makes
and find that you wrote on a mailing list almost half a decade ago about the problem, that it hasn’t been fixed. This is a little sad.
Long story but it was a time sensitive POC bug. I like the switch I was using, but we needed this up ASAP. Customer was waiting. So I yanked all the 40GbE cards from the servers, put in multiport 10GbE, set up 802.3ad LAGs. Then moved to the Arista in the lab (great switch BTW). … Read moreFixed the asymmetric problem by moving to a different switch/network