There is an issue with using the SnapScan manager and macOS Sierra. This issue breaks down into to main categories.

I have been using Rocketeer for deployments into our web cluster. So far this has worked out to be a great tool and I have not run into too much of an issue, until I wanted to deploy a static Jekyll site and the NPM build was taking forever. And by forever we are talking in excess of 20 minutes.

I have been orking a lot within a Linux VPS, using it as my quick workstation for note capture and journaling. I wanted to also do some blog posting but didn’t quite remember the steps to get Ruby >2.0 running for Github Pages.

I was experimenting with the Apple Server application for Mac OS 10.10. It is nice but a bit limited for my development machine. I wanted to revert back to the default Apache that came with 10.10. Simply removing the Server application did not resolve the issue. After a bit of Googling I was coming up with no results. Running this command, I was getting a clue…

I got ahold of the Windows 10 Technical Preview so I had to reinstall all of my development tools. I wanted to take the opportunity to document how I like to setup my system.

I had to recently reinstall Sublime Text and had to remember how I had the application setup and with what packages. I normally keep these linked to a folder in my ownCloud however for some reason these were missing.

I got an alert that the data volume containing transaction logs was growing quickly and that the volume would soon be totally full. This was really strange since the scheduled job to perform transaction log backups was performing correctly and there were no apparent errors. The first thing I wanted to check was the status of the VLF’s in the log file.

The TS department made a switch to Service Manager a few weeks ago and some of us have been less than impressed with the performance of the console. The application would hang for an incredible amount of time when opening a form. In some cases, when opening a form it would hang the application so badly that a reboot was in order. The one symptom that was interesting was that the Lync 2013 window always seemed to pop up when this occurred.

In the last article, we configured a server to communicate with an iSCSI target on a Nimble Array. We now need to format that volume with a file system. Our ultimate goal will be that the volume can be shared with multiple Linux systems.

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