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#linode IRC Logs for 2017-01-26

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02:01<FluffyFoxeh>the Linode manager is measuring a lot of CPU usage that I am not seeing on the system itself http://www.fastquake.com/images/screen-linodemanagercpunet-20170126-015902.png
02:02<FluffyFoxeh>it seems to directly track the network traffic
02:02<FluffyFoxeh>munin graph from the system: http://www.fastquake.com/images/munin-linode-cpu.png
02:03<dwfreed>FluffyFoxeh: Linode is looking at CPU usage from the perspective of the host, which possibly includes support processes running on the host for your Linode which you wouldn't see in the guest
02:04<FluffyFoxeh>hmm
02:05<FluffyFoxeh>it also looks like the CPU usage measured in the guest doesn't add up, given the white area at the top (not covered by idle or anything else)
02:06<dwfreed>modern linux uses dynticks idle, which mean the interrupt timer is not running when the CPU is idle, so it cannot accurately count steal
02:06<dwfreed>if you disabled dynticks idle (which requires a custom kernel) that 10 % missing would be steal instead
02:06<FluffyFoxeh>oh, I see
02:07<FluffyFoxeh>the pattern of that uncounted steal also seems to resemble the manager's CPU/network graphs, heh
02:08<dwfreed>that could be your host-side support processes "stealing" from your QEMU process, then
02:08<FluffyFoxeh>yeah
02:09<dwfreed>Linode switched to KVM way too far after I left, so I can honestly say I have no knowledge of the internals of KVM-specific stuff
02:10<dwfreed>but I know how it was done in Xen, and KVM is probably not far off from that
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03:15<react>looks like there was a fiber cut in OVH's network
03:16<react>called them, had to CONVINCE them, then they said something along the lines yup, deal with it lol
03:16<react>#customerservice
03:20<dwfreed>I mean, it's not like fixing a cut fiber can be done in 5 minutes
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03:25<react>you're right, it can be done in 4
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03:36<dwfreed>react: ... identifying where the fiber was cut can take hours, depending on the length of it
03:56<nate>I think I'm more curious how react identified there was a fibre cut in their network before they did
03:56*nate bets he was the one that did it
03:58<dwfreed>it's pretty obvious when your traffic drops for about 60 seconds until the hold down timer expires, and then you start routing through weird places
03:58<dwfreed>OVH's European backbone in particular is pretty much a mesh
03:59<grawity>60 seconds? isn't there BFD or something
04:02<dwfreed>they might not have it enabled
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04:46<ndugus>how do i enable Gzip compression o centos
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05:07<linbot>New news from forum: Performance and Tuning • Enabling Gzip <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=14508&p=72594#p72594>
05:17<linbot>New news from forum: Performance and Tuning • Activating Gzip Compression on centos <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=14508&p=72594#p72594>
05:18<ponas>gzip -r /
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06:47<rick111>gzip (activated)
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07:57<china>hi
07:57<DrJ>hey
07:57<china>you ren me
07:58<DrJ>?
07:58<china>chinese
07:58<DrJ>I kinda doubt anyone here speaks chinese
07:58<Woet>这是怎么回事
07:58<china>why
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08:01<ponas>bye china :(
08:01<Woet>guess the firewall kicked in
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08:04<DrJ>haha
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09:06<rick111>brothers and sisters, does anyone use php vdebug https://github.com/joonty/vdebug ?
09:11<@jdfriedrikson>I'm intruiged by some of the vim plugins out there
09:13<dwfreed>jdfriedrikson: ask rnowak about vim plugins
09:14<@jdfriedrikson>I'm honestly a bit uneasy about vim plugins rn
09:14<@jdfriedrikson>just as I am with gem and pip :/
09:14<dwfreed>pip is awesome
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09:15<@jdfriedrikson>it's alright. doesn't feel as robust as gem is. but the lack of package signing for either sucks.
09:17<dwfreed>how would you validate signatures?
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09:17<@jdfriedrikson>it's difficult because the model is way different than packaging for a linux distribution
09:18<dwfreed>exactly
09:18<@jdfriedrikson>doesn't mean it's okay
09:18<@jdfriedrikson>or that we should be complacent. especially since Gems got popped once and distributed malicious code
09:21<@jdfriedrikson>¯\_(ツ)_/¯ meh
09:21<@jdfriedrikson>on with my day
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09:26<rick111>i'd take the above over PHP hate
09:26*FluffyFoxeh awakens
09:26<rick111>welcome FluffyFoxeh, to Thursday
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09:26<FluffyFoxeh>damn, it's Thursday already?
09:26<rick111>closer to friday than wednesday
09:27<rick111>that's the best i can do
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09:27<rick111>and we all know how close friday is to saturday
09:29<@jdfriedrikson>hasn't PHP been seeing some major improvements recently? maybe I'm just out of touch
09:29<rick111>that's the word on the street with 7
09:30<@jdfriedrikson>to be fair, PHP didn't really have a fair shake to begin with. it just sort of happened.
09:31<@jdfriedrikson>!w philly
09:31<linbot>jdfriedrikson: It is currently 52 degrees Fahrenheit with few clouds in Philadelphia.
09:31<Nivex>!w raleigh
09:31<linbot>Nivex: It is currently 56 degrees Fahrenheit with light rain in Raleigh.
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09:38<rick111>some times it's best to be early, than right
09:39<Nivex>either that or it's a different Raleigh
09:39<Nivex>but yes it is supposed to rain here today
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10:13<rt>Hello
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10:14<rick111>hey
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10:14<rt>If I signup for linode8gb and in future I would like to upgrade to linode12gb. would you be able to do the upgrade without me uploading all my files agian
10:14<ponas>yes
10:15<rick111>from live with russia
10:15<rick111>love
10:15<rt>Ok because in future I will need more data storage
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10:15<ponas>you'll have some short downtime while the linode is shutdown and the data is moved to a new host, where you'll have more space available
10:15<rt>Thank you for your help.
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11:33<Eugene>Hark! Upon this morn I do declare that I am utilizing a Linode! Begone, foul demons!
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11:34<@jalter>daemons*
11:34<@jdfriedrikson>apps*
11:36<Eugene>Damnit, you've got me beat there.
11:40<@mcintosh>!to jdfriedrikson urmom
11:40<linbot>jdfriedrikson: Yo momma's so blind, she dated mikegrb and thought it was Ben Affleck!
11:40<@mcintosh>XD
11:43<rick111>i've got half of vdebug working
11:43<rick111>that may be enough for today
11:43<rick111>my brain hurtz
11:44<@jdfriedrikson>my mother has macular dystrophy
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11:47<@jdfriedrikson>so, I mean, yeah. she's going blind. good joke though. :)
11:49<@mcintosh>honestly never seen the word macular before in my life :p
11:50<@jdfriedrikson>there's a good summarization here https://www.disabled-world.com/disability/types/vision/macular-dystrophy.php
11:51<@jdfriedrikson>basically pigment builds up at the back of your eye and blocks your central vision
11:58<@jdfriedrikson>I'm just kidding :p everything's okay
12:00<coxn>have an ex who's grandma was mostly blind with macular dystrophy... she had what looked like an old microfiche machine from the last 1980's to be able to read
12:01<@jdfriedrikson>http://images.wisegeek.com/microfiche-reader.jpg ?
12:02<@mcintosh>http://www.balancingmotherhood.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/feet3.jpg ?
12:02<@mcintosh>oh microFICHE
12:02<@mcintosh>my bad
12:04<@jdfriedrikson>mcintosh: no small hands joke today? I'm disappointed :(
12:04<@mcintosh>they're alternative sized hands
12:05<amayer>his hands are normal sized #alternativefacts
12:05<@jdfriedrikson>them hands are in Philly today
12:05<Eugene>I want alternative IRC
12:06<@jdfriedrikson>is that like alternative radio?
12:07<Eugene>I was going to make a joke about it having "more racism", but I'm not sure if thats true now.
12:07<FluffyFoxeh>I like racism
12:07*FluffyFoxeh races
12:07*mcintosh backs out of the room slowly
12:07<@jdfriedrikson>http://i2.kym-cdn.com/entries/icons/facebook/000/010/692/19789999.jpg
12:08<FluffyFoxeh>o
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12:09<@mcintosh>https://twitter.com/tacobell/status/819227393776709633
12:09<@jdfriedrikson>hey look, a cat picture http://static.fjcdn.com/pictures/I+do+not+think+that+word+means+what+you+think_e2583e_4264473.jpg
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12:09<FluffyFoxeh>For cats!
12:10<@jdfriedrikson>I didn't realize so many taco-related gifs existed
12:10*jdfriedrikson scrollscrollscrolls
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12:14<rick111>working 100%, i know you were all waiting to find out
12:14<rick111>you may now rest in peace
12:14<rick111>x.X
12:14<Eugene>I also have a cat photo http://i.imgur.com/YYIDERM.jpg
12:15<staticsafe>:3
12:15<@jdfriedrikson>I think the sunset really balances out the awkwardness
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12:17<coxn>awkwardness? looks pretty controlled and comfortable to me.
12:17<MajObviousman>that's marvelous, thank you for sharing Eugene
12:17<coxn>Eugene++
12:17<Eugene>I wish I could take credit, so I will.
12:18<gparent>lmao
12:18<Eugene>But it was stolen off imgur from who-knows-where
12:18<gparent>picture of the day
12:18<@jdfriedrikson>10/10 would pet again
12:18<@jdfriedrikson>if you look closely, there's two cats in the picture
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12:20<new>Hi
12:20<coxn>🤔 should I deploy that cat sunset as the default desktop background for our org?
12:20<@jdfriedrikson>Hi
12:20<new>Please am new here and trying on creating a subdomain
12:21<MajObviousman>coxn: aalib it and put it into your /etc/issue on every server
12:21<new>I have been able to transfer my websites and they are all top level domains e.g www.website.com but i don't know how to create www.sub.websitename.com
12:21<coxn>MajObviousman++
12:22<new>Any help will be appreciated as all tutorial on Google keeps saying how to create subdomain but will end up teaching how to create something like www.websitename.com
12:22<Eugene>You just make the name field www.sub
12:22<Eugene>Thats it
12:22<MajObviousman>^ pretty much. It's super easy
12:22<dzho>new: the general topics you'll want to read up on are DNS and virtual hosts
12:22<MajObviousman>things only get complex if you want to delegate a subdomain, which is uncommon
12:23<dzho>new: the cool thing about this is that www *is* already a subdomain of website.com (using your example)
12:23<dzho>the canonical example domains are example.com et al
12:23<new>I have been able to create virtual hosts and they are all working. i believe an example of a virtual host is www.websitename.com
12:25<new>okay. So are you saying I can create a new virtual server and just name it sub.mainwebsite.com in /etc/nginx/sites-available, then go into etc/hosts and point sub.mainwebsite.com to 127.0.0.1
12:25<coxn>new: no; these people have been talking about DNS
12:25<new>Then what do i do at the dns level. I mean at the Linode dns manager. How do i create a new dns entry for the subdomain
12:26<coxn>new: https://www.linode.com/docs/networking/dns/dns-manager-overview
12:27<coxn>new: you'll probably want to read most of that before taking action
12:28<new>Okay
12:28<new>Thanks
12:29<new>Also, any way to export a list of all the domain dns settings at the linode DNS manager
12:30<new>I just want to have a file backup where i can make mass file edits. i see i can upload a file backup during add a new domain but i don't know if i can download a backup of the dns settings
12:31<new>What i mean is that, you can Import a zone, Can we also Export a ZOne
12:31<Eugene>You can allows AXFRs
12:31<Eugene>Add your IP to the Domain Transfers field in the Manager, then use `dig axfr example.com @ns1.linode.com` to obtain a full dump
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12:44<new>I saw a Notice like this In order for Linode’s DNS servers to function as slaves, your DNS master server must notify and allow AXFR requests to and from the follow IP addresses:
12:44<new>Where do I get the IPs
12:46<@mcintosh>new: the ips are listed there, no?
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12:47<new>Where do I get the AXFR access list that I will add to the Master input Box under Add Add a Slave Zone
12:47<gparent>it's when you edit your domain on the panel
12:48<gparent>you can set IPs that are allowed to do AXFR
12:48<new>Am trying to create a subdomain and the tutorial said i should Add a Slave Zone
12:49<new>Now there are 2 input boxes on that page. What do i add on the 2nd box
12:53<new>any solution
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13:00<new>I don't understand. tutorial seems not to be very clear to beginners. kindly help me finish this up
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13:01<@jdfriedrikson>if you're a beginner, I would recommend using the zones in DNS manager as master and not attempting to set up AXFR
13:02<new>am not trying to setup AXFR. I don't even understand what it is.
13:02<new>Am only trying to setup a sub-domain
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13:16<Jason_>Good Afternoon, I'm looking for advice on the best way to archive a linode so that I can take it offline
13:16<@mcintosh>Jason_: I'd probably recommend simply copying an image of the entire disk via SSH
13:17<@mcintosh>!shorten https://www.linode.com/docs/migrate-to-linode/disk-images/copying-a-disk-image-over-ssh
13:17<linbot>mcintosh: http://lin0.de/2jslDZf
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13:18<Jason_>Ok. I missed that article when I was searching. Thanks
13:18<@jdfriedrikson>tar over ssh
13:18<@jdfriedrikson>is bae
13:18<@mcintosh>jdfriedrikson: Money Over SSH
13:18<@mcintosh>M.O.S.
13:18<@jdfriedrikson>ssh root@<host ip> 'tar -cJf - -C <dir> .' | dd of=image.tar.xz
13:19<amayer>Mo-ssh mo-problems
13:19<@jdfriedrikson>-cJpf * if you want perms
13:20<Jason_>Thanks
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13:25<Eliz>!help shorten
13:25<linbot>Eliz: (shorten <an alias, 1 argument>) -- Alias for "web title http://urmom.rm.wtf/s.php?url=$1".
13:25<Eliz>heh.
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13:25<MrKeuner>hello, why would I get this in dmesg? EXT4-fs (sda): couldn't mount as ext3 due to feature incompatibilities... As far as I can tell, disktype /dev/sda reports ext4 and /etc/fstab appears to mount the partition as ext4. Ubuntu 16.04 here...
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13:41<gparent>does the execution of the stack script produce a log of any kind stored on the linode?
13:41<gparent>does it put stdout/stderr somewhere
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13:43<Geoff>hi I have a linode pricing question.
13:43<dwfreed>we might have a linode pricing answer
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13:44<Geoff>ok. based on price per hour I get
13:44<Geoff>0.015 * 24 * 7 * 30
13:44<Geoff>= 75.6 dollar per month
13:44<Geoff>That is clearly not $10 per month.
13:44<dwfreed>I think you mathed wrong
13:44<Geoff>For cheap host what is going to be my price then, 10 or 75.6?
13:44<dwfreed>you did 7 months, or 7 linodes for a month
13:45<Geoff>24 hours per day * 30 days
13:45<Geoff>OK i see my error thanks
13:45<dwfreed>you did 24 * 7 * 30
13:45<@jdfriedrikson>So yeah, that is clearly not $10 per month :p we've been lying all this time
13:45<dwfreed>here's the other bit: it is hourly up to the monthly cap
13:45<Geoff>i wasn't joking
13:46<dwfreed>if you don't reach $10, you pay the hourly rate
13:46<dwfreed>if you reach $10, you pay $10
13:46<Geoff>ok thanks bye
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13:46<dwfreed>the math works out such that the cap is at 666 hours
13:46<dwfreed>bah
13:46<@jdfriedrikson>#hedidthemath
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13:47<dwfreed>666 hours is a few hours short of 28 days, so even in February, you'd pay $10 for a whole month
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13:58<synfinatic>at least he said thanks
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14:04<dzho>dwfreed: I thought you were kidding, but now I see you weren't
14:04<dwfreed>nope
14:04<dzho>about NsubB
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14:31<mark>Hey, I just ran: /etc/init.d/networking restart
14:31<mark>However server went down...
14:31<mark>Any ideas?
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14:39<Peng>._.
14:39<Peng>Well, you can use lish to get in and investigate.
14:40<dzho>mark: what os and what version?
14:40<@jdfriedrikson>prob some ubuntu or debian derivative
14:40<@jdfriedrikson>(or alpine. I'm hoping it's alpine)
14:41<mark>Debian, not really sure what version
14:41<mark>Peng: lish?
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14:42<Peng>!lish
14:42<linbot>LISH allows you to perform certain actions without having to log in to the Linode Manager. LISH's primary function is to allow you to access your Linode's console, even if networking is disabled. https://www.linode.com/docs/networking/using-the-linode-shell-lish
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14:44<PanchoGuru>anyone available to offer a little support?
14:45<@jdfriedrikson>!ask
14:45<linbot>If you have a question, feel free to just ask it -- someone's always willing to help. If you don't get a response right away, be patient! You may want to read http://alexfornuto.com/how-to-ask-for-help-on-irc/
14:46<PanchoGuru>New at setting up servers, after a CPanel install, can I setup emails using CPanel or will I still need to access and modify/create files on console?
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14:50<react>PanchoGuru: did you check cpanel's online documentation?
14:51<PanchoGuru>cpanel tells me to create emails from cpanel and linode tells me to create emails from console, not sure if linode is assuming no cpanel is available though
14:52<react>if you're using cpanel you probably want to create and manage accounts through cpanel, sounds like linode may not have all the information or someone isn't communicating effectively
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14:52<react>https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/ALD/Email+Accounts
14:52<react>google search reveals that ^
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14:58<PanchoGuru>thanks react, ill read up on it
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15:13<teky>Hello, am wondering what the cheapest bandwidth option is for a server just serving up images. Have 30-50TB monthly usage
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15:14<teky>Hetzner, LeaseWeb, etc come in cheaper
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15:20<rnowak>cheapest option at linode for transfer is to have an army of (possibly dormant) 2GB nodes
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15:34<newuser>Anyone using ansible `linode` module to create your linodes?
15:34<newuser>I'm having trouble figuring out the distributionID number for ubuntu 16.04LTS
15:37<newuser>I tried 8 (found using this `curl https://api.alpha.linode.com/v4/linode/distributions |jq .distributions[8]` and 19 (found on some doc page) ... no dice
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15:39<teky>rnowak: Yeah, that comes out to $5 per TB. It seems it's the same as DO/LightSail, etc
15:39<teky>Heztner cheaper tho
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15:42<newuser>FWIW I figured out my issue by going to the form to create my instance manually
15:42<newuser>I guess the answer was 146
15:42<newuser>boy, this ansible module needs work, compared to competing VPS / cloud modules
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16:09<linbot>New news from forum: Email/SMTP Related Forum • [SOLVED]Smtp problem between GMAIL and LINODE <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=14509&p=72595#p72595>
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16:30<PanchoGuru>6 hours without a reply on a ticket.. are Linode responses normally this slow?
16:31<Krypto>Any idea on how I may be able to submit a DMCA request?
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16:35<@jdfriedrikson>...we're actually pretty prompt at the moment
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16:37<@jdfriedrikson>PanchoGuru: what's your ticket ID?
16:37<@jdfriedrikson>or title
16:38<PanchoGuru>7440195 waiting for a CPanel installation (which I know takes some hours to do.. still.. 6 hours is a lot)
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16:39<@jdfriedrikson>PanchoGuru: taking a look at it now
16:40<PanchoGuru>Thanks!
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16:51<@jdfriedrikson>PanchoGuru: check your ticket :) there was a little confusion. sorry for the wait!
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16:55<PanchoGuru>jdfriedrikson: Thanks!
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16:56<@jdfriedrikson>mmhmm!
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16:59<PanchoGuru>After a Cpanel is installed in a new disk, is it necessary to follow the step by step installation guides from Linode? (Getting Started, Securing your Server, LAMP etc.=
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17:00<@jdfriedrikson>you should still probably go through and do some sanity checking
17:00<@jdfriedrikson>all we're doing here is putting cPanel on your Linode
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17:00<PanchoGuru>Thanks again!
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17:01<@jdfriedrikson>np!
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17:29<Karrde->So Google, and now Amazon, think that my Newark node is in Canada. This something we can fix?
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17:30<Nivex>You'll have to take it up with whatever GeoIP service(s) they use
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17:31<@jdfriedrikson>there literally is no technical process behind geolocation
17:31<@jdfriedrikson>it's just a bunch of people maintaining databases of "I think this is being advertised from here"
17:31<Peng>Canada ._.
17:31<@jdfriedrikson>I would like to move there someday
17:32<@jdfriedrikson>but not today
17:32<Karrde->I can force google.com. I can force amazon.com. I don't yet know how to force Google Shopping into using USD.
17:33<@jdfriedrikson>I know it's sort of a silly stereotype that Canadians are nice people. But when I drove to Toronto, I've met some of the most chill people of my life.
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17:34<Peng>iirc, Google has a geolocation error form
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17:36<Peng>https://support.google.com/websearch/contact/ip
17:36<@jdfriedrikson>I didn't know google did geolocation
17:37<Peng>Open up Tor Browser and typing in https://www.google.com/. You'll probably get redirected to google.com.some-cctld-you-have-never-heard-of
17:37<@jdfriedrikson>oh true
17:38<@jdfriedrikson>I don't want anyone knowing the things I google
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17:58<cruxeternus>especially google
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18:11<PanchoGuru>I've done some reading these past few days about what Swap is yet I still have no idea how much to use... 0.5 times your RAM? 6GB seems like a lot...
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18:15<Eugene>PanchoGuru - RAM is cheap; I don't have any swap on my Linodes.
18:15<Eugene>Keep an eye on your memory usage, or OOMkiller will get ya
18:15<Eugene>But if you're using swap then you really need more memory(or less usage!). Swap is evil and eats performance
18:16<dwfreed>I have personally seen strange memory allocation behavior that went away by the existence of a swap partition, without needing to use it
18:16<Peng>Swapping out completely idle apps to give more room for disk caching can improve performance
18:16<Eugene>On my home fileserver I have a large /tmp RAMdisk(25GB on a 32GB host), so I do have a 25GB swap partition. It gets used when I watch a movie with Plex and it needs to transcode a large movie or two..... but even then it doesn't usually swap
18:16<Peng>oh no i said "apps". I'm turning modern.
18:16<Eugene>But that's the exception that proves the rule IMO
18:24<PanchoGuru>Got a lot of "Allocate Memory" errors yesterday until I increased swap size to 6 gb ram...
18:24<PanchoGuru>If that´s the case then I probably need more RAM?
18:24<PanchoGuru>* to 0.5 x RAM
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18:30<Eugene>Likely. You should invest in a monitoring tool; Longview is pretty good and integrates with the dashboard
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20:52<linbot>New news from status: Support Phone Outage <https://status.linode.com/incidents/zlcqk3yxz7vd>
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20:54<dzho>ring ring ring ring ring linode dot com
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21:03<arlen>banana phone
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22:34<NomadJim_>does linode mind if you max out your CPU?
22:34<NomadJim_>like does it autometer it
22:35<NomadJim_>are there any options for getting a dedicated CPU speed for cpu intensive apps
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22:45<arlen>depends how long you max it
22:45<arlen>and no to the second question
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