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Hi all,

after some test in a production enviroment, I released a stable version.

Changelog

Major changes are related generate.py script:

  • moved env variables from generate.py in etc/env.py
  • changed command line options
  • added check to avoid munin_node config replication
  • added check for existing symlinks

 

Requirements

As previous, you need python2.7.

Install

Take a look at INSTALL file.

Link

You can download here, on github.

Cheers.

 

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Google+

Posted: 20/07/2012 in Uncategorized
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Hi All,

this is my Google+ page.

Cheers.

collective.solr_checks

Posted: 15/11/2011 in Uncategorized

Hi all,

this is an extension of well-known collective.solr product which allow plone to interact with solr. Using plone 3.3.5 and collective.solr 1.0, sometimes they lose their coherence. To solve these problems and find the reason I wrote this package which match all contents in zodb with information stored in solr. Obviously you can check only or fix all found errors.

Cheers.

 

Hi All,

this time I’d like to show you a very great site, the url is soft-land.org.

The author is Davide Bianchi, a system administrator who lives in Holand.

What is special on his site are the “Tales from Machine Room”, a list of real stories happened in author’s life.

I found it very funny and in real very useful to remember me that I’m not alone against lusers :P.

Cheers.

OFF Topic: Ipad

Posted: 23/03/2011 in Uncategorized
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About Page

Posted: 24/02/2011 in Uncategorized

Hi all,
I uploaded my curriculum vitae on about page.

Cheers.

Hi All,

I’m back from Brussels to participate to FOSDEM. I think the title of this post may be the shortest definition I can image and incredibly real at the same time.

Fully of people from all sites of the earth. Funny and very very well organized. Fosdem, two days of 250 talks about distributions (Debian, FreeBSD, BSD, KUbuntu, etc), shell scripting (gnu parallel, gnu autotools), languages (Java, Python, Mono, etc), browser and standards (Firefox 4, HTML 5), virtualization and more.

Unfortunally, I lost the key sign party :(, I’m very sad for it.

What truely impress me is about the organization: I see stands about main things in opensource (distributios, browsers, suites, FSFE, dbs) but I see no commercial sponsors. I love this. To find their list I had to read last pages of Fosdem guide, and they are not invasive.

To complete this short presentation, I want to tell about the people are in. I think we was around 3k. I was very impressed.

Take a look to the talks.

The best talk I heard was about “GNU Parallel”, a GNU command line utility to execute in parallel a command in classical shell style. It was very technical and focused. In second place, the presentation of REAR was very interesting: it analyze what means “recovery procedure” in relation with “backup/restore procedure”. I heard someone says that bash scripting is out of time and obsolete (because REAR is a bash scripting suite) but following the talk, I ever more convinced about the necessary of shell scripting. For my point of view, languages like python are very great and powerful, but low level operations needs shell scripting.

Another interesting talk was the one about GNU AutoTools, the well-know suite to compile programs platform indipendent.

And now, something completly difference: “Pasta alla Carbonara”. Take cooked pasta, take a carbonara, put it on the pasta… ready!

What I didn’t like was the track about virtualization: I hope to find something like “Best practice for this or for that”. Nothing but OpenStack unfortunatelly.

Oh, do I saw that I lost myself in Brussel?! No?!? Well happen this too :P.

And now the hardest question: will I back for next Fosdem? At the moment, my answer is positive but I hope to keep my wife with me next time, may be adding two or three days for a break.

See soon.