As I am working more and more with Linux, I am also using a virtual machine with Fedora 25 installed to play around with some things (notably Docker and Kubernetes). On Fedora 25, the default GNOME desktop environment is GNOME 3. But I personally prefer the GNOME Classic user interface.
Anyone who has worked with Oracle has encountered the Oracle “hr” schema in one way or another. The Oracle example schema provides a few simple tables with example data to test out some queries or learn SQL.
So when working with MySQL, I like to have the same schema as well. Luckily, Andrei Ciobanu feels the same way and he provides a wonderful adaptation of this sample schema for MySQL on his website: HR Schema for MySQL and Maria DB.
Thank you Andrei!
So in any larger docker installation, be it Kubernetes or OpenShift, you will encounter pods that crash regularly and enter the “CrashLoopBackOff” status.
$ oc get pod --all-namespaces NAMESPACE NAME READY STATUS RESTARTS AGE [..] my-project-1 helloworld-11-9w3ud 1/1 Running 0 7h my-project-2 myapp-simon-43-7macd 0/1 CrashLoopBackOff 3774 9h
Note the container that has status “CrashLoopBackOff” and 3774 restarts.
Some years ago, I wrote some examples for the WMI client on Linux. I still get a lot of queries from people trying to use the WMI client to access Windows hosts and I am often happy to help if there are any problems.
One of the latest problems occurred when trying to access a Windows host over IPv6:
$ wmic -U 'user%password' //FD00:180::0:0:0:0:0 "Select Caption From Win32_OperatingSystem" [..] UNKNOWN - The WMI query had problems. The error text from wmic is: [librpc/rpc/dcerpc_util.c:343:dcerpc_parse_binding()] Unknown dcerpc transport 'FD00' [librpc/rpc/dcerpc_connect.c:337:dcerpc_pipe_connect_ncacn_ip_tcp_recv()] failed NT status (c0000017) in dcerpc_pipe_connect_ncacn_ip_tcp_recv [librpc/rpc/dcerpc_connect.c:828:dcerpc_pipe_connect_b_recv()] failed NT status (c0000017) in dcerpc_pipe_connect_b_recv [wmi/wmic.c:196:main()] ERROR: Login to remote object. NTSTATUS: NT_STATUS_NO_MEMORY - Memory allocation error
Thanks to a generous donation of a Visual Studio license, I am able to release the newest versions of the Tanuki Java Service Wrapper. In this post, I can provide version 3.5.32 of the Java Service Wrapper for Windows x64.
Thanks to a generous donation of a Visual Studio license, I am able to release the newest versions of the Tanuki Java Service Wrapper. In this post, I can provide version 3.5.31 of the Java Service Wrapper for Windows x64.
Thanks to a generous donation of a Visual Studio license, I am able to release the newest versions of the Tanuki Java Service Wrapper. In this post, I can provide version 3.5.30 of the Java Service Wrapper for Windows x64.
I recently started working with OpenShift and needed to get a list of all pods on the cluster. I quickly glanced at the documentation but could not find what I wanted. My colleagues quickly pointed me in the right direction:
oc get pod --all-namespaces -o wide
Here is the command with some example output of what to expect:
# oc get pod --all-namespaces -o wide NAMESPACE NAME READY STATUS RESTARTS AGE IP NODE my-project my-pod-43-d9mo6 1/1 Running 0 1d 192.168.0.183 node3.krenger.local yet-another-project another-pod-43-7g3r0 1/1 Running 0 2d 192.168.0.184 node4.krenger.local [..]
If you just want to know which pods are on a certain node, use
oc adm manage-node:
oc adm manage-node node3.krenger.local --list-pods
After returning from my vacation, I was asked to provide the latest version of the Tanuki Service Wrapper. Unfortunately, I only have a Windows Server 2003 R2 and a Visual Studio 2008 license. This means I cannot provide newer Java Service Wrappers than 3.5.29, because Tanuki added new features only available with Windows Server 2008 SDK and beyond.
Update: Due to a generous donation of a VS2008 license, I will be able to provide newer versions. Thank you very much!