|December 8, 2017||Posted by Stephen Coursen under Computers, Programming|
The most annoying thing about running a Docker swarm — something that for the most part was pretty easy to set up and get going, has to be the flood of log messages that
According to this issue of github, fixing it “will require a code change, at the moment not being a breaking issue that creates traffic disruption is not getting much priority.”
So, I had to dig around in a part of Linux admin I had not touched in year:
rsyslog. It was actually pretty simple to squelch these log messages, thanks to this page.
I use Ubuntu, and the fix is to add the following to the start of
:msg, contains, "Node join event" ~. After that, a
sudo service rsyslog restart and, blammo, no more log spam on the swarm master nodes.
|June 28, 2016||Web|
So, I’ve been looking for a new side project for a while, before finally settling on playing around with some phone APIs. Not sure what else to do, I opted to make a tool for annoying people. Try it now. It’s quite simple, but effective none the less. For a modest fee (starting at $1.00), […]
|May 8, 2013||Uncategorized|
We use ElasticSearch in many different ways at the company I work for. Since we’re partly a Django shop, we decided to put together a little walk-through tutorial on building a Django app. In this app, we’re using ElasticSearch as the backing data store for everything related to the tutorial. Part 1 of the ElasticSearch […]
|August 3, 2011||Programming|
Inspired by a post on override the default model manager to support soft-deleting objects in the database, I decided to implement it into one of my projects. (Yes, I know it’s an old post but it was new to me!). However, just being able to filter the query sets returned to exclude items which had […]
|July 10, 2011||Uncategorized, Writing|
For quite a while, this blog had posts on two unrelated topics — creative writing and programming. Sure, some could make the case that writing good code is an art form, like a form of poetry, blah blah blah. In general, though, people that came to this site for programming information didn’t care about the […]