This is just a reminder that the service is still up and running (surprisingly)
I don’t want alerts for swap usage. That’s a bullshit reason to alert. I only want to know if the system is paging in/out a lot.
100% swap usage is NOT a problem
"hey, now. why the long face?"
"because longer passwords are more secure"
So, uh... if there's a sudden flood of refugees from, say, hypothetically, some large republic that turns into an ex-republic, would you have crash space for a couple of them?
Asking for a friend.
Oh, and a handful of pet rats. Can't forget those.
Maybe a goat, if it's before EuroBSDCon.
Purely hypothetically, of course.
If your programming language runtime mandates WX memory pages, you chose the wrong language.
Saying just "I'm on Mastodon now!" and complaining that people can't find you is like saying "I'm on email, come find me!" and complaining your inbox is empty.
protip: `zfs-auto-snapshot` and `zfs rollback` are your friends.
*poof* 1TB+ reappeared
protip: If you run `rsync` with `--remove-source-files`, do NOT later run `rsync --delete`
You want to contribute to FreeBSD? Run this on your servers to find packages you have installed which have no maintainer. If you feel comfortable enough with the software to become the maintainer, please do!
pkg query -e '%m = "ports@FreeBSD.org"' %o