Silvereye is a bird native to Australia (I have to admit I have never seen one live) but it is also a project that allows a very quick and easy installation of Eucalyptus. The project is fairly young, but it is already very usable: you can follow its development on github. While Faststart has a very small footprint (it fits on a 1GB thumb drive) and requires a CentOS base installation, Silvereye creates a CD iso image which can be used to install bare machines.
Tonight I took the...
Today I did some work on a branch in git only to discover that I based it on some unstable code rather than the stable code that I usually want to use as a baseline.
You can fix this by using a bit of git’s rebase magic:git rebase --onto master testing
This moves the entire current branch onto another.
Eucalyptians are hanging out all over!OSBC – Hyatt Regency, San Francisco, CA: May 21 – 22 GlueCon+CloudCamp, Broomfield, Colorado : May 22 – 24 RootCamp Berlin – Berlin Fair Grounds, Germany: May 25 – 26 SouthEast Linux Fest: June 8-10
If you see someone in the Euca gear, stop by and say hi. We’ve got lots of cool new stuff to talk about.
Eucalyptus 3 includes, as one of its new features, the option of enabling "High Availability" or "HA" (pronounced as the two letters and not as the first part of a chuckle). This functionality was overwhelmingly the most frequently requested improvement over Eucalyptus 2 by the community and, at the same time, the one over which the most confusion seems to persist. I'll try and shed some light on the "what," "why," and "how" of HA in Eucalyptus.What: Automatic Failover and Recovery of...
Here is a summary of my tweets about the world and our planet from the previous months.
This is my previous tweet summary for Fall 2011. And, of course, feel free to follow my tweets in real time at http://twitter.com/#!/martenmickosMarch
James Cameron completes 11km Mariana trench dive http://on.natgeo.com/GNSXlA
James Cameron begins descent to ocean's deepest point http://bit.ly/GQn516 - impressive stuff!
RT @RomanStanek Prague's Franz Kafka...
Here is a summary of my tweets about interviews with and writings by me, quotes, and books I've read from the previous months.
This is my previous tweet summary for Fall 2011. And, of course, feel free to follow my tweets in real time at http://twitter.com/#!/martenmickosInterviews With and Writings By Me March
Open source values and Eucalyptus - my conversation with @TheTechScribe http://ow.ly/9FSyV
The social network of computers http://bit.ly/AqPxrE - Sunday...
Here is a summary of my tweets about leadership and entrepreneurship from the previous months.
This is my previous tweet summary for Fall 2011. And, of course, feel free to follow my tweets in real time at http://twitter.com/#!/martenmickosApril
Keep your own scorecard. @CharlotteBeers on self-assessment, leadership, recruiting http://nyti.ms/H5efKb - brilliant Q+A from start to endMarch
Should attractive women not include a photo with a job application? http://...
Here is a summary of my tweets about open source from the previous months.
"Scarcity is the enemy of serendipity" - thoughtful piece on Burning Man dilemmas by @jessbruder http://nyti.ms/HJjLBb via @brown2020March
Awesome dinner w/ former MySQL execs http://lockerz.com/s/196629110
Congrats Jim & team!...