Monthly Archives: February 2010

Debugging is all about Challenging Assumptions

I’ve been awash in debugging a new code deployment most of the week. The gist of it, if you’re interested, is that we’re deploying a group of machines running several Redis instances (one per CPU core).  Collectively they’ll serve as … Continue reading

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Citabria N5156X Landing Gear Accident

Back on December 26th, 2009 my wife Kathleen was flying with an instructor in the Citabria that we owned half of as part of her ongoing flight training toward her Single Engine Land pilot rating.  (She’s already a rated glider … Continue reading

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Roma for Redis Clusters

The Roma project looks pretty interesting. According to the README file: Roma is a set of utilities that help query and maintain a replicatedpartitioned (shared) Redis cluster. It handles start, stop, status,backup, restore, arbitrary queries, and includes a monitoring daemon(romad) … Continue reading

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Test from Droid

This was posted using my Droid.

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