Moving Ubuntu to Root-on-ZFS
Just moved my main PC (running Ubuntu 18.04) to Root-on-ZFS without reinstalling the system. Was quite fast.
When adding another drive to the system and running zpool status -v I can see that no resilvering is running. ZFS Is soooooooo fast on those NVMe drives... :-) Ran scrub just to make sure It wasn't cheating me. sync as well... all completed instantaneously.
Blog post about running Atlassian Confluence in Docker: https://www.tomica.me/blog/2019/01/atlassian-confluence-in-docker
Short blogpost on "fixing" C/P functionality in URxvt:
For some unkown reason, when I restart one of my redis services all redis services go down (SIGTERM is somehow sent to them) and only the one I've specified in restart gets started again.
I blame SystemD and the way it terminates the service .
But am still puzzled with how it's done.
Services are in separate cgroups, kill -s TERM is sent to $MainPID which is different for each service OFC. And all services write to different PID file...
social.tomica.me is one server in the network