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#linode IRC Logs for 2017-06-06

---Logopened Tue Jun 06 00:00:22 2017
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01:12<Eugene>Does it vend?
01:13<FluffyFoxeh>!itvends
01:13<linbot>It vends! a pack of mini donuts
01:13*FluffyFoxeh noms
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02:10<immi>Hi
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03:19<dcraig>recalculating
03:20<Zimsky>route recalculated
03:20<Zimsky>jesus take the wheel
03:21<Zimsky>jesus bake the veal
03:26*dcraig tickles zimsky around a bit with a large catfish
03:28<Zimsky>k
03:30<dcraig>yes
03:30<dcraig>!wx khio
03:31<linbot>dcraig: [metar] OBS at KHIO: 60.8F/16C, visibility 10 miles, wind 5.75 mph, chill 60.62F (altimeter: 29.97) [KHIO 060653Z AUTO 30005KT 10SM CLR 16/10 A2997 RMK AO2 SLP148 T01610100]
03:31<dcraig>holy.
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04:53<sri>hi
04:53<sri>is it possible to install another cpanle on linode
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05:45<turnkey>Would linode be a good choice to host a small organisation of roughly 500 members? Probably running Drupal/CiviCRM. If so, which package would be most suitable?
05:48<ponas>turnkey: should be fine. I'd start with the 2GB plan
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06:56<Amit>how can i install node js with cent os
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06:57<ponas>Guest1776: take a look here: https://www.google.no/search?q=install+node+js+centos
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07:23<dhanesh>Hi
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07:24<dhanesh>Hi @caker =
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07:26<Pradeep>Hello
07:27<dhanesh>Hello
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07:27<Pradeep>My ticket id 8087323
07:27<dhanesh>how the linode cloud cloud provider calculating the price
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08:05<@jalter>dhanesh: Hourly, up to a monthly cap. Details here: https://www.linode.com/pricing
08:07<nate>man, I'm beginning to realize how much money I'm wasting here
08:08<nate>I think I've had at least two linodes doing pretty much nothing at all for like a year now
08:08<nate>lol
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08:10<@jalter>nate: nah, they just finished their work early. fast!
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08:13<nate>lol
08:13<nate>they were supposed to be two replacements for some ancient fedora linodes I got still running, just haven't had time to do the switch up
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10:54<linbot>New news from forum: General Discussion • Can I check my files through Linode manager? <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=14883&p=73692#p73692>
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11:12<Mobyty>hello
11:13<Mobyty>can I ask here about plans?
11:13<Peng>What about them?
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11:17<Mobyty>My actual plan (1Gb) is good for me but I need more HDD\SDD space ONLY (not RAM or CPU). Can I add more HDD space?
11:17<Mobyty>Now I`ve 20 Gb SDD
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11:18<nbrewer>you can't..you would need to upgrade the plan
11:18<relidy>Mobyty: You'll need to upgrade plans to get more storage, currently. They're currently testing a block storage solution internally, but there's no word on when that'll be generally available.
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11:20<ArchNoob>Hi, I'm trying to get my linode to have a sub domain that uses nginx proxy to serve my node.js app. My main domain is okay (serving static html file) but sub domain gives "DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN" on chromium and generally cannot be reached.
11:21<ArchNoob>I have read and followed an article on setting sub domain on linode.
11:21<nbrewer>what's the subdomain?
11:21<Mobyty>Thanks a lot for answers!
11:21<ArchNoob>I have made an A record some time (15 mins passed). tokeo.archnoob.com nbrewer
11:21<ArchNoob>it's tokeo.archnoob.com
11:22<nbrewer>ok so it resolves to 45.79.110.120 ..unless that's incorrect, i'm guessing the issue is with your nginx proxy
11:22<ArchNoob>yeah it resolves to that :D
11:23<ArchNoob>mmh, if I may ask about nginx here.
11:23<Eugene>Every day I'm Linodin'
11:23<DanielNM>It's always a good day to Linode
11:24<nbrewer>ArchNoob: let's see your server block for the nginx proxy
11:24<nbrewer>!paste
11:24<linbot>Please paste longer snippets over at https://bpaste.net/ and not in the channel
11:25<Peng>ArchNoob: Maybe your local client has a cached NXDOMAIN from before the subdomain existed?
11:25<Peng>ArchNoob: Or there's a typo somewhere?
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11:26<ArchNoob>I'm posting ..
11:27<ArchNoob>my weechat keeps stucking..
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11:30<ArchNoob>nbrewer: https://ptpb.pw/ekc1
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11:30<ArchNoob>Peng: link to my conf
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11:30<dwfreed>if chrome gives DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN, then it's not yet to the point where we can say whether it's a server error
11:30<Peng>It may be that nothing's wrong and you just have to wait.
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11:30<dwfreed>as Peng said, you probably have a cached NXDOMAIN
11:31<dwfreed>it could take up to a day for the cache to expire
11:31<dwfreed>or it could be fixed in an hour
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11:31<ArchNoob>ooh.
11:32<ArchNoob>that's good to know. also I'm using one ssl certs key in two server blocks in nginx. Hope that's not an issue
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11:34<ArchNoob>Thanks guys, I guess I have to wait then. I'm going for a bike ride. :D
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11:34<ArchNoob>cheers!
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11:38<Peng>I wonder if Cloudflare Virtual DNS caches NXDOMAINs long...
11:39<Peng>ArchNoob: You do need to add IPv6 listen directives in the Nginx configuration.
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11:52<Redsequoia>I have a client whose site will only run correctly on PHP 5.2.17. Do Linode server allow for us to use this version of PHP?
11:52<@caker>hello - you can install whatever you want .. it's your VM
11:52<@caker>(shorter answer: yes)
11:52<Redsequoia>:) thanks @caker
11:52<@caker>np
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12:13<acald3ron>debian 9 has php7 im waiting to be release in june 17
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12:51<nayan>hi
12:51<nbrewer>hello, feel free to ask your question
12:52<nayan>i have confusion about cpu details.
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12:52<nayan>Linode 64GB 64 GB 16 Cores - so how many thread is there ?
12:53<nayan>16 CPU or more ?
12:53<nayan>any idea ?
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12:55<@caker>16 apple cores
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13:18<veecious>i have an important question
13:18<millisa>i have an important answer
13:18<synfinatic>my answers are merely interesting
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13:20<veecious>i just ate some burrito that was made with "real chicken" if that's the case then what kind of chicken have i been eating my whole life?
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13:21<Victor_>I need to help webmin
13:21<veecious>is webmin in trouble?
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13:22<Victor_>I need to install
13:22<Victor_>webmin?
13:22<@jalter>veecious: You might have had complex chicken, if the chicken can be expressed in the form a + bi
13:23<Victor_>Some tuturial in ubuntu
13:23<veecious>complex chicken huh
13:23<@jalter>Victor_: how's this? https://www.linode.com/docs/websites/cms/webmin-control-panel
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13:24<nbrewer>that one is a bit old (written for debian 7) but the steps are the same, the repos would just need to be updated
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13:25<Victor_>Thanks, I try it.
13:25<@jalter>nbrewer: i knew that would bring you out of hiding
13:25<nbrewer>here's one for 16.04 that should work, also: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-webmin-on-ubuntu-16-04
13:25<@jalter>nbrewer: you can go back into hiding now
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13:26<nbrewer>;_;
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13:28<millisa>DO introduced an aws-security-group-like firewall that sits outside their nodes today.
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13:31<@jalter>Seems neat.
13:32<Peng>Disappointed they did not illustrate it with rain pouring on glass or something
13:33<veecious>yea i wonder if it gets cold out there
13:34<millisa>or call it an 'icewall'
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13:35<relidy>If they want to stick with the ocean branding, go with "seawall".
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13:36<nbrewer>wonderwall
13:37<Peng>!point relidy
13:37<linbot>Peng: Point given to relidy. (5)
13:37*relidy does a little dance.
13:39<@jalter>nbrewer: cause maybe... it's gonna be the product that saves me?
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13:52<forresterj>Hello everyone. I am having an email server issue I can't wrap my head around. I am using a Linode server but have Office 365 mail. I am getting the following bounceback.
13:52<forresterj>It appears that the recipient's email server at seminariordne.org.br performed a reverse DNS (rDNS) lookup security check to verify that the IP address the message is coming from is associated with the sending domain, and the lookup failed. It appears that the pointer (PTR) record for fitref.online isn't set up correctly.
13:52<forresterj>In Office 365 I do a DNS check and everything is coming back as good.
13:53<forresterj>It looks like I'm supposed to set my reverse DNS in Linode to fitref-online.mail.protection.outlook.com, but that won't work because it doesn't point to the Linode server.
13:54<forresterj>So I am stumped as to how to add reverse DNS (PTR record) that will satisfy what's being asked.
13:55<forresterj>My MX record is: MX 0 fitref-online.mail.protection.outlook.com.
13:55<Peng>Your MX record isn't related to anything.
13:56<Peng>...when sending mail
13:56<millisa>the mail that seminar.org.br complained about - it originated from your linode?
14:00<forresterj>No it was a bounceback from Office 365.
14:00<forresterj>The mail works to most recipients but bounces from a few.
14:00<millisa>how does your linode fit into your mail setup then?
14:01<forresterj>Only the reverse DNS at the moment. This is where I am confused.
14:01<forresterj>Linode says I should set the PTR record with them.
14:02<millisa>if your linode is sending mail, then the ptr for that linode might matter. if the linode isn't originating mail, it shouldn't matter at all.
14:02<forresterj>That's what I thought. But when I run MX Toolbox I get the following messages:
14:02<forresterj>SMTP Valid Hostname Reverse DNS is not a valid Hostname
14:03<forresterj>SMTP Banner Check Reverse DNS does not match SMTP Banner
14:05<forresterj>But how could reverse DNS possibly match the SMTP Banner when the banner points to Office 365? Or am I not thinking correctly?
14:05<millisa>what check are you running at mxtoolbox?
14:05<forresterj>Test Email Server and using 45.79.207.179
14:06<Peng>!dns6 45.79.207.179
14:06<linbot>Peng: fitref.online.
14:06<Peng>!dns6 fitref.online.
14:06<linbot>Peng: 45.79.207.179
14:06<millisa>(the office365 sending servers probably *do* have matching reverses that match their ehlo strings; I'm wagering this is more something misconfigured at the seminariordne servers)
14:06<millisa>why are you testing your linode IP? you said the mail isn't coming from there.
14:11<forresterj>I guess the reason I am checking the Linode IP is because of the error in the bounceback mail: A security check at seminariordne.org.br failed due to misconfigured settings at fitref.online.
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14:15<forresterj>So I'd be willing to think that there is something wrong at the seminariordne servers. But what about these messages from MX Toolbox? Reverse DNS is not a valid Hostname and Reverse DNS does not match SMTP Banner?
14:16<millisa>link the mxtoolbox check? maybe we can sort that out
14:16<forresterj>https://mxtoolbox.com/SuperTool.aspx?action=smtp%3a45.79.207.179&run=toolpage
14:17<millisa>that's testing your linode ip.
14:17<millisa>if your linode IP isn't sending mail, then none of this matters
14:17<Peng>If the Linode IP *is* sending mail, it would blow SPF.
14:18<Peng>!dns6 fitref.online txt
14:18<linbot>Peng: MS=ms99804884, v=spf1 include:spf.protection.outlook.com -all
14:18<millisa>yeah, your spf doesn't include the linode ip
14:18<forresterj>Doesn't reverse DNS always look at the IP of the server?
14:18<Peng>forresterj: Which server?
14:18<forresterj>Gosh I'm confused.
14:19<millisa>but say you *did* want that linode to send mail. you can fix the banner check by changing your postfix config (/etc/postfix/main.cf usually). Right now, it's just saying it's name is 'localhost'
14:19<forresterj>So Microsoft is telling me the PTR record isn't correct.
14:19<millisa>(if you 'telnet 45.79.2017.179 25' you can see the banner: 220 localhost ESMTP Postfix (Ubuntu) )
14:20<Caelum>what is linode's policy on running darknet services? Like, I don't want to do anything potentially illegal, but say I want to host some blockchains or something, would that be ok?
14:20<forresterj>I need to look at that because that might be an issue but it doesn't seem to be this issue because I'm not using Linode to send mail.
14:20<millisa>(it's not)
14:21<forresterj>Why is Microsoft telling me the PTR record isn't correct? Based on what you're saying, aren't they responsible for setting up the PTR record?
14:22<zifnab>every day i'm...breathing
14:22<zifnab>ptr = reverse dns
14:23<millisa>A receiving mail server is going to do a reverse dns lookup on the IP of the mail server that is trying to send to them.
14:23<grawity>Caelum: how is blockchain a "darknet service"
14:23<grawity>Caelum: but, if the ToS page doesn't forbid it, then it's generally allowed
14:23<zifnab>because buttcoins and libtards
14:23<zifnab>or something
14:23*Peng vwinces
14:23<Caelum>grawity: I don't know much about this stuff, but I meant stuff that goes through Tor in general
14:24<millisa>So you submit a mail to your o365 account. It goes through wathever internal server MS has to eventually get to one of their sending smtp servers. Their sending smtp server happens to be at 123.45.67.89. It tries to deliver a mail to the remote mail server (the one the other domain has in the mx). that remote mail server ...
14:24<grawity>they'd probably rather not have things like CPU miners though
14:24<dwfreed>^
14:24<Caelum>no I'm not going to hog the CPU
14:24<grawity>I haven't heard of blockchain applications which go through Tor
14:24<Peng>Caelum: Tor is generally fine. Don't do anything that's ilegal or attracts abuse emails
14:24<grawity>hold on
14:25<Caelum>Peng: I see thanks!
14:25<millisa>that remote mail server sees "hey, it's someone saying 'ehlo msname.office365.somemsaddress.com' and it's at IP 123.45.67.89'. Does the reverse of 123.45.67.89 match up with the name it sent in the ehlo/helo? does it match the forward lookup for msname.office365.somemsaddress.com?
14:25<grawity>oh look the ToS even talks about Tor https://www.linode.com/tos
14:25<millisa>if so, it's probably ok, lets do some other checks (and may go check the spf, or run it through blacklists, or other things)
14:25<grawity>"it's ok but you're responsible for traffic you relay"
14:25<relidy>!point millisa
14:25<linbot>relidy: Point given to millisa. (22)
14:26<forresterj>So the PTR record it's saying isn't correct is an Office 365 server, not my Linode server right?
14:26<millisa>That's what it sounds like since you said your linode server isn't involved in this mail
14:27<forresterj>Yes it isn't. All my DNS MX records, TXT records, etc., in regard to email point to Office 365.
14:27<millisa>the receiving mail server is going to do a reverse dns lookup (the ptr lookup) on the IP of the sending mail server (which is one of the MS servers)
14:27<forresterj>OK this has been a huge help! Thank you! Thank you! Back to Microsoft now.
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14:28<millisa>you can still go fix your ehlo on your linode if you want
14:28<forresterj>Yes it should be fixed. When you try it does it look right now?
14:28<millisa>looks like it matches your reverse/forward for your linode to me
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14:29<forresterj>Good. Thank you for pointing that out!
14:29<millisa>if you wanted to actually send mail from it, you'll want to update your SPF record
14:30<forresterj>Right. The only thing that the server is mailing is localhost stuff from Web sites.
14:31<millisa>what I see: https://vomitb.in/VNlv8aBRST
14:32<forresterj>OK that looks good as far as I can tell.
14:34<forresterj>https://vomitb.in is handy little tool I didn't know about. That's another help to me today.
14:35<zifnab><3
14:35<zifnab>best piece of code i ever wrote
14:38<forresterj>Very impressed zifnab! Well done!
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15:01<gulpreet>hello
15:01<dzho>gulpreet: hi
15:01<gulpreet>Please review my ticket ID : 8067093
15:01<dwfreed>Staff will get to your ticket as quickly as possible
15:01<dzho>!to gulpreet ops
15:01<linbot>gulpreet: Users with ops are employees of Linode, and know what they're talking about. The rest of us are the ever-so-helpful(?) community. Official Linode contact information: https://www.linode.com/contact
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16:30<v0lksman>any reason the DNS servers are super slow to reload right now?
16:31<millisa>define slow? they only update 4 times an hour
16:31<v0lksman>had a change go through around 8 minutes past the hour...still getting old SOA responses from ns1 through ns5
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16:32<arlen>are they updated now?
16:33<Peng>Cloudflare may be caching it?
16:35<dwfreed>due to the backend implementation of the DNS Manager, changes can take up to 30 minutes to be reflected by Linode's master servers which Cloudflare queries; changes in Cloudflare take an indeterminate amount of time
16:36<Peng>I'd like to determine it :(
16:38<v0lksman>yeah..that sucks...was a time you could put a clock to it
16:38<arlen>still can pretty much
16:39<v0lksman>sure...the time is now roughly 30 minutes after reload
16:39<Peng>Is it?
16:39<v0lksman>still getting about 5% failure...
16:39<arlen>it's not 30 minutes after your reload
16:39<v0lksman>for a reload that was triggered at 1615
16:40<relidy>I've had a lot less luck lately with timely DNS updates as well. Just have to plan ahead a bit more.
16:40<Peng>What's the big deal? It's just a matter of naming things and cache invalidation. :P
16:40<arlen>if it was triggered at 16:14 you would've only needed to wait one minute
16:40<Peng>But there's caching
16:40<arlen>from who?
16:40<arlen>well not Linode or cloudflare
16:41<v0lksman>arlen: the change was made at 1608...reload was at 1615
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16:41<Peng>Cloudflare *does* cache it
16:41<arlen>v0lksman: right, it's every 15 minutes
16:41<arlen>cloudflare caches DNS?
16:41<arlen>since when
16:41<Peng>Yep
16:41<Peng>Since Linode started using it
16:41<v0lksman>arlen: right...then wait 30 minutes for the changes to actually be queryable from the local pool
16:42<arlen>¯\_(ツ)_/¯
16:42<Peng>Oh hey, they renamed Virtual DNS. https://www.cloudflare.com/dns/dns-firewall/
16:42<arlen>run your own if you want something different
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16:49<Peng>"How long does the DNS Firewall cache stale object for"
16:49<Peng>"It depends ..."
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16:49<Peng>Darn it Cloudflare
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16:51<arlen>cloudfail
16:51<dwfreed>Peng: it looks like it's configurable
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16:53<Peng>:O
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17:06<toastie>hEY
17:06<toastie>How do I start a free account without any payment information
17:06<toastie>?
17:06<toastie>Thanks
17:07<Celti>You can't.
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17:08<toastie>So there is no trial available?
17:08<toastie>Even if I put my details
17:08<toastie>?
17:09<millisa>"Do you offer a trial period? Yes! If you're unsatisfied for any reason, you can cancel your account within the first seven days and request a full refund, no questions asked."
17:09<Celti>Beat me to it.
17:09<@caker>https://www.linode.com/pricing --^
17:09<millisa>You still have to setup the account with a card and a couple bucks.
17:10<toastie>Awesome
17:10<toastie>Thanks for helping guys
17:10<millisa>Linodes are cheap. You literally will spend a couple pennies an hour just to spinup the small instance to play with
17:10<toastie>really appreciate it
17:10<toastie>Can you put Apache on them?
17:10<@caker>oh yeah
17:10<millisa>You can put anything (legal) you want on them. You get root access.
17:11<millisa>There's even docs on many of those things: https://www.linode.com/docs/
17:11<toastie>Does it have cron?
17:11<toastie>Checking it out now.
17:11<millisa>Unless you try real hard not to have cron...
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17:37<veecious>every time i'm almost finished making something a new cooler library / framework comes out and makes me want to switch
17:37<veecious>sigh
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18:58*Eugene doesn't have pants
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19:04<arlen>me either
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19:30<synfinatic>argh. github down again...
19:32<millisa>https://status.github.com/ hooray!
19:34<MrPPS>moments like this I'm glad for my own gitlab instance :P
19:34<Peng>This time :P
19:39<synfinatic>i wasn't even trying to work with my repo. needed to grab code from someone else :-/
19:39<synfinatic>nothing like "I should totally build packages for all these libraries... oh wait."
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21:48<Eugene>Sanity check before I destroy my mdadm raid array(home fileserver). I have a RAID-6 array with 2 failed disks. Rather than replace them I am trying to resize the array down. https://vomitb.in/a0Av0uckii
21:49<Eugene>md1 is a PV; it has one big LV in it right now(I already evacuated the other ones to another disk). I am resizing the inner ext4 filesystem down, then the LV, then the PV, and then the md device
21:50<Eugene>Only the last step really worries me... I'm working off a crummy blog post(https://www.starcoder.com/wordpress/2011/08/shrinking-a-linux-software-raid-volume/), because the man page really doesn't seem to cover going /down/
21:51<Eugene>If I understand correctly, the two important commands should be: mdadm --grow /dev/md1 --array-size 46883364864; mdadm --grow -n8 /dev/md1 --backup-file /root/md1.dat
21:51<Eugene>Does that make sense? Any obvious errors before I lose 40T of.... linux isos
21:57<Eugene>Tangentially related: are there any filesystems or absurd FUSE wrappers that let me JBOD, and just "delete" files if a disk fails? I don't actually care that much about pieces of this dataset(I can re-download them), but losing all of it because of a few failures is really annoying.
21:57<Eugene>Like Openstack Swift, but without everything else that needs :-/
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22:00<Eugene>Oh look, of course fsck found problems. I may not need to resize this array at all.....
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22:29<chandler>Hey my account says complete your signup hang tight.
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22:32<zifnab>Eugene: icmpfs
22:32<zifnab>You have gigabit
22:32<zifnab>Use it
22:33<Eugene>That was a short nap.
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22:57<zifnab>Eugene: i gave up, cat wanted to play 'paw my face'
22:57<Eugene>Awwwww
22:57<zifnab>Eugene: also, yes, all of that looks sane, i have yet to use --array-size but the internet says its valid
22:58<Eugene>It sets the md device size to be less than the sum of the component devices
22:58<zifnab>Eugene: as far as jbod, outside of LVM (which is kinda sketchy), i dont know of anything
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22:58<Eugene>Overlayfs and aufs were both suggested elsewhere
22:58<Eugene>Meow http://i.imgur.com/RCFu5dN.jpg
22:58<zifnab>phone's dead
22:58<zifnab>so i can't return this picture
22:58<zifnab>oh, totally unrelated
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22:59<zifnab>https://www.thedailybrick.co.uk/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/700x700/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/b/0/b003biig1i.png
22:59<zifnab>if today went ok, i'll be 20/20 on interviews
22:59<zifnab>if i have that with me, i pass
22:59<zifnab>if i don't, i fail
22:59<zifnab>if it went poorly, i'm 19/20
23:00<zifnab>which fits fine in 'statistical anomaly'
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