The Whole is Greater Than the Sum of the Parts.
When there are multiple small, reasonable requests, the sum of those become unreasonable.
Writing an end year review of my own performance is reasonable. So is writing one for my colleague. So is writing one for my manager. And writing a proposal of the promotion of a colleague. And so is writing OKRs for next quarter.
Adding them up they become unreasonable.
Perhaps not for you! Perhaps this is still very reasonable and doable for you. However: I am not you.
For a while, the recommended way to run 'lxc/lxd' is by installing and managing it via 'snaps'. Okay, how hard can it be, right? For half a year, my new fresh homelab is running this way. Continuously having a load of 4+. With 'snapd' constantly hogging 100% of one CPU core. Below is the graph of removing 'snapd' and running 'lxc' containers without it.
In order to disable the annoying 3-dot menu in the Firefox Awesomebar:
browser.urlbar.resultMenu to false
Scrum, Agile, Lean, Waterfall. All will fail if there is no team. And there is no team, when there is no trust. No bond. No history.
I can run my spigot container again! :-D
❯ docker pull registry.svc.vrws.nl/gronwijs/spigot-container:1-19
1-19: Pulling from gronwijs/spigot-container
f7a1c6dad281: Pull complete
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de879b0c951f: Pull complete
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Status: Downloaded newer image for registry.svc.vrws.nl/gronwijs/spigot-container:1-19
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Server Side Includes. I don't plan on spending too much time on this. And just want something that works. And loads fast.
I still need to fix ssl certs for the gitlab registry. *grin* LXD/LXC is kinda working. A pox on snapd though. Making things more complicated than it needs to be.
Thursday, 22-Feb-2024 11:13:23 UTC