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#26 2019-10-13 11:21:01

Re: Hey CI Community! Through The Magic Of DevOps, If The Foto Dump Breaks You Can Fix It!

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Apparently, you haven't learned enough about Azure to actually be able to store a file and load it without things randomly hanging.

Probably the most basic thing anyone could ever do.

Oh you missed the post where he self-proclaimed himself as an IT Enterprise level genius. Putting files on Azure - that's like Star Trek level 10 warp type of shyt. Christ I'm still trying to figure out how to log in.

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Sockpuppet
#27 2019-10-13 16:35:24

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Apparently, you haven't learned enough about Azure to actually be able to store a file and load it without things randomly hanging.

Probably the most basic thing anyone could ever do.

The issue isn’t with Azure. It’s with a Linux component that makes Azure blob storage look like it’s another mount point on the local machine’s file system.

Uploading and retrieving to/from Azure blob storage is very simple as you indicated. I fully understand how to do that.

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Sockpuppet
#28 2019-10-13 16:38:13

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Oh you missed the post where he self-proclaimed himself as an IT Enterprise level genius. Putting files on Azure - that's like Star Trek level 10 warp type of shyt. Christ I'm still trying to figure out how to log in.

The problem was explained in this thread already. But both you and the previous poster clearly do not understand the problem statement. I have explained it again in my post immediately preceding this one. Maybe with it explained to you in little baby terms you will now finally be up to speed.

Hopefully you’ll recognize you owe an apology once you realize your mistake. You don’t actually have to issue the apology. It will be good enough that you recognize the need for one.

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shlomo
#29 2019-10-13 16:38:18

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Sockpuppet wrote:

The issue isn’t with Azure. It’s with a Linux component that makes Azure blob storage look like it’s another mount point on the local machine’s file system.

Uploading and retrieving to/from Azure blob storage is very simple as you indicated. I fully understand how to do that.

It's troo, we should at least be able to debug memory issues in Linux

right now it's taking 38% of memory, maybe it doesn't have anything to do with connectivity and there's a memory leak, troubleshooting those types of issues is one of my weak points

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Sockpuppet
#30 2019-10-13 16:41:20

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shlomo wrote:

It's troo, we should at least be able to debug memory issues in Linux

right now it's taking 38% of memory, maybe it doesn't have anything to do with connectivity and there's a memory leak, troubleshooting those types of issues is one of my weak points

You should remount and see if the memory utilization drops.

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shlomo
#31 2019-10-13 16:45:43

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Sockpuppet wrote:

You should remount and see if the memory utilization drops.

3.9%

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#32 2019-10-13 17:01:04

Re: Hey CI Community! Through The Magic Of DevOps, If The Foto Dump Breaks You Can Fix It!

Sockpuppet wrote:

The problem was explained in this thread already. But both you and the previous poster clearly do not understand the problem statement. I have explained it again in my post immediately preceding this one. Maybe with it explained to you in little baby terms you will now finally be up to speed.

Hopefully you’ll recognize you owe an apology once you realize your mistake. You don’t actually have to issue the apology. It will be good enough that you recognize the need for one.

I cannot help but laugh at this thread.

Only complete and utter assclowns who have no idea what the fuq they're doing would have this problem

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Sockpuppet
#33 2019-10-13 17:12:58

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shlomo wrote:

3.9%

Sounds like a leak.

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Sockpuppet
#34 2019-10-13 17:14:24

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I cannot help but laugh at this thread.

Only complete and utter assclowns who have no idea what the fuq they're doing would have this problem

You clearly don’t understand the problem statement. If you think you do then reiterate the full issue in your own words to demonstrate your understanding.

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#35 2019-10-13 17:18:02

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CI hasn’t had a good nerd fight in awhile.

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#36 2019-10-13 17:46:43

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Sockpuppet wrote:

The issue isn’t with Azure. It’s with a Linux component that makes Azure blob storage look like it’s another mount point on the local machine’s file system.

Uploading and retrieving to/from Azure blob storage is very simple as you indicated. I fully understand how to do that.

So you are blaming a bug in Azure blob on a Linux component?

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Spanky
#37 2019-10-13 17:57:12

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So you are blaming a bug in Azure blob on a Linux component?

The bug is in an open source component installed on Linux.

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.,
#38 2019-10-13 19:19:24

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Sockpuppet wrote:

You clearly don’t understand the problem statement. If you think you do then reiterate the full issue in your own words to demonstrate your understanding.

The problem statement is as such: you're an idiot. I've built many sites - all of which rendered images, and none of which ever had broken links or "down time".

The server needs a break
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Spanky
#39 2019-10-13 19:28:29

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The problem statement is as such: you're an idiot. I've built many sites - all of which rendered images, and none of which ever had broken links or "down time".

The server needs a break
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Got it. You have no idea as to the problem at hand.

Apology accepted.

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.,
#40 2019-10-13 21:21:16

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Spanky wrote:

Got it. You have no idea as to the problem at hand.

Apology accepted.

This is indeed a level of retardation that mystifies me.

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#41 2019-10-13 22:09:59

Re: Hey CI Community! Through The Magic Of DevOps, If The Foto Dump Breaks You Can Fix It!

Is the linux system doing a passive caching routine during lulls?

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shlomo
#42 2019-10-13 22:17:58

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Is the linux system doing a passive caching routine during lulls?

What the fuq does that mean

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.,
#43 2019-10-13 22:38:10

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shlomo wrote:

What the fuq does that even mean

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#44 2019-10-13 23:27:42

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shlomo wrote:

What the fuq does that mean

Life, uh, finds a way.

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