• CIPWTTKT&GC V44 - Vega Appreciation Station
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[QUOTE=Kiwi;52579308]Full (strict) causes EVERY redirect to take an extra 5 seconds so my un-cached load times went from 5 seconds to 15 (it's only 750KB in size and most of that is bootstrap being a fat fuck). Full gives me 3 seconds un-cached. FAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAST. Also can get 3MB in under 4 seconds. FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFAAAAAAAAAAAAASSSSSSSSSSSSTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.[/QUOTE] Is that why it's going slow as fuck? I have valid LE certs for my domains and used certbot to update my nginx configs, but it's been going slow as shit since I switched it to full+strict. Only on one website though. The other is fine.
i think it's just you guys my jekyll running behind cloudflare with LE certs [img]http://i.imgur.com/1iXRswp.png[/img]
[QUOTE=wingless;52579804]This is the reverse side of my Corsair 650D. The sidepanel bows out. But just like many other things in my life, I'll fucking make it fit.[/QUOTE] This case used to bow out until I replaced the XFX psu with that current Antec, its cables are just a lot better overall and don't make this massive clusterfuck in the middle, nor are they as thick. Talking about PSUs, still got a modular AX750 behind me thats unused. [editline]16th August 2017[/editline] [QUOTE=Protocol7;52579857]Is that why it's going slow as fuck? I have valid LE certs for my domains and used certbot to update my nginx configs, but it's been going slow as shit since I switched it to full+strict. Only on one website though. The other is fine.[/QUOTE] I dunno what you guys are going on about either, I'm running strict LE certs on most my sites and the redirects are fine. Only difference is I'm still using apache for the webserver.
I'm pretty happy with the cabling on the EVGA G2. Looks like shit still right now though, the cabling and tubing were both supposed to be temporary but I've been too lazy to fix either.
[QUOTE=Reagy;52579956]I dunno what you guys are going on about either, I'm running strict LE certs on most my sites and the redirects are fine. Only difference is I'm still using apache for the webserver.[/QUOTE] I mean I wouldn't rule out the simple explanation that I'm doing something wrong, so there's always that. I don't know shit about caching but I load all of my images and shit out of a /static/ folder and I have this page rule: [img]http://i.imgur.com/pfmUiSt.png[/img] It's definitely faster after the initial load so the caching is working. I think I just gotta slim my shit down a bit. Fake edit: Wow I didn't even set the browser cache TTL. That probably helps
[QUOTE=Reagy;52579774]Got myself another SSD, I'm running out of space to put stuff. [t]http://horobox.co.uk/u/reag/WP_20170816_15_20_36_Pro.jpg[/t] Cable management like my sex life, if I say it'll fit. [I]It'll fit.[/I][/QUOTE] But you could fit 10 more SSDs in the empty 3.5" drive bays easily and a dozen more next to the PSU.
[QUOTE=helifreak;52580931]But you could fit 10 more SSDs in the empty 3.5" drive bays easily and a dozen more next to the PSU.[/QUOTE] Isn't the limiting factor how many SATA ports you can use?
[QUOTE=garychencool;52580960]Isn't the limiting factor how many SATA ports you can use?[/QUOTE] Just get an HBA card
[QUOTE=Dr. Evilcop;52579713]Oh hey, JIRA. We use that at my workplace too. I'm developing a custom add-on for it.[/QUOTE] We're about to start using it at my work. Any good?
[QUOTE=benbb;52581019]We're about to start using it at my work. Any good?[/QUOTE] Don't expect great things. It... does the job. Usually.
[QUOTE=Levelog;52580979]Just get an HBA card[/QUOTE] One thing I love with my X370 board. EIGHT native 6gbps. It's dope. I wanna get an m.2 then get eight 512GB SSD's for RAID10
[QUOTE=benbb;52581019]We're about to start using it at my work. Any good?[/QUOTE] It's alright. Gets the job done. The SDK for add-on development is a poorly documented mess, though.
Or on the other hand, when EasyStores hit 160 again I'll buy four and make those my new RAID10 :v:
I'm a walking ball of self content today, I shouldn't computer. I forgot which terminal I was in and issued a reboot command to my desktop, not my server I fucked my NFS share with a typo that took me entirely too long to figure out I was just now shutting down my VMs to install something on my host and I started with my DC, which is also my DNS. Quickly realized I do not remember the IP's of my servers
[QUOTE=Levelog;52581495]I'm a walking ball of self content today, I shouldn't computer. [b]I forgot which terminal I was in and issued a reboot command to my desktop, not my server[/b] I fucked my NFS share with a typo that took me entirely too long to figure out I was just now shutting down my VMs to install something on my host and I started with my DC, which is also my DNS. Quickly realized I do not remember the IP's of my servers[/QUOTE] Really, be glad you did that to your local machine, not a remote machine. I did that when leaving to do something else once. I showed up half an hour late. Not smart.
[QUOTE=Brt5470;52581108]One thing I love with my X370 board. EIGHT native 6gbps. It's dope. I wanna get an m.2 then get eight 512GB SSD's for RAID10[/QUOTE] Damn that's nice. The amount of SATA3 ports wasn't really on my radar when I was looking for a motherboard. The specs looked good enough tho. Sure SATA5 and SATA6 are disabled when you use an m.2 drive but whatever, it's good enough. Just more things to keep note of for future builds...
Why would sata 6 be disabled when you use an m.2 drive? Do they use the same pcie lanes? That sounds like a huge oversight
[QUOTE=wingless;52581498]Really, be glad you did that to your local machine, not a remote machine. I did that when leaving to do something else once. I showed up half an hour late. Not smart.[/QUOTE] When disabling unnecessary services on an IP cam, I accidentally unchecked everything, including the HTTP web configuration (apparently it is not idiot proof). And the camera was 250 miles away. Walking someone through how to factory reset it was not fun.
[QUOTE=LennyPenny;52581752]Why would sata 6 be disabled when you use an m.2 drive? Do they use the same pcie lanes? That sounds like a huge oversight[/QUOTE] Supposedly. [QUOTE]Be warned that the manual/specs for this motherboard are confusing, if not outright deceptive! On page vii, the manual explicitly states that "when a SATA/PCIe mode M.2 device is installed, the M.2 socket shares bandwidth with the SATA6G_5/6 ports". One would reasonably take that to mean that you could have both installed, and that each would sacrifice a bit of performance/bandwidth for the sake of the other. In fact, they are MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE. They cannot "share" at all, in any conventional meaning of the word. If you install an M.2 drive, SATA ports 5/6 will be completely disabled. Gigabyte is entirely upfront and honest about this limitation, whereas Asus baited me into purchasing their board instead with this incredibly misleading language in the manual. It then took me about six go-rounds with their technical support to get them to admit/confirm this limitation. I've had good experiences with Asus in the past, but this has been frustrating and disappointing. Shame on Asus for their dishonest documentation![/QUOTE] [url]https://www.newegg.ca/Product/SingleProductReview.aspx?ReviewID=4998789[/url] I found out by reading more reviews after purchase. I probably should have read more reviews earlier but it seemed good enough so I didn't dig that deep into the reviews. Also that minor detail wouldn't be noticed unless you actually read through the documentation, found someone who noticed it and wrote it in a review, or tested it yourself.
[QUOTE=wingless;52581498]Really, be glad you did that to your local machine, not a remote machine. I did that when leaving to do something else once. I showed up half an hour late. Not smart.[/QUOTE] learning how to use iptables on a remote network testbed is great, especially when things take forever to swap in after you've fucked up
[QUOTE=elitehakor;52581802]learning how to use iptables on a remote network testbed is great, especially when things take forever to swap in after you've fucked up[/QUOTE] When doing major network changes, build a script that will, after 15 seconds, revert your changes back. Run it at the same time as you run command. If your changes dont break your network, control-c it and move on. This has saved my ass a few times.
[QUOTE=wingless;52581811]When doing major network changes, build a script that will, after 15 seconds, revert your changes back. Run it at the same time as you run command. If your changes dont break your network, control-c it and move on. This has saved my ass a few times.[/QUOTE] This is a genius idea [editline]16th August 2017[/editline] [QUOTE=garychencool;52581786]Supposedly. [url]https://www.newegg.ca/Product/SingleProductReview.aspx?ReviewID=4998789[/url] I found out by reading more reviews after purchase. I probably should have read more reviews earlier but it seemed good enough so I didn't dig that deep into the reviews. Also that minor detail wouldn't be noticed unless you actually read through the documentation, found someone who noticed it and wrote it in a review, or tested it yourself.[/QUOTE] The fact that a PCIe m.2 disables SATA ports is stupid
[QUOTE=Levelog;52581823]This is a genius idea[/QUOTE] A friend passed it on to me, and I'll pass it on to anyone who cares to listen. All I ask is that you do the same.
[QUOTE=Levelog;52581823]This is a genius idea [editline]16th August 2017[/editline] The fact that a PCIe m.2 disables SATA ports is stupid[/QUOTE] I'm unconvinced that an NVME M.2 drive disables SATA. And if so, I'd be surprised if that's still the case given BIOS updates.
[QUOTE=Brt5470;52582070]I'm unconvinced that an NVME M.2 drive disables SATA. And if so, I'd be surprised if that's still the case given BIOS updates.[/QUOTE] My previous board took the easy route and didn't put the connectors for SATA5/6 on the board instead of writing firmware to drop the M.2 to SATA mode.
[QUOTE=Reagy;52579774]Got myself another SSD, I'm running out of space to put stuff. [t]http://horobox.co.uk/u/reag/WP_20170816_15_20_36_Pro.jpg[/t] Cable management like my sex life, if I say it'll fit. [I]It'll fit.[/I][/QUOTE] Are those conventional PCI slots? How old is your PC???? [editline]16th August 2017[/editline] also the beer here is pretty nice
I used to have three SSDs in my computer, but I moved one into my windows server for database shit. Windows lol, Linux wouldn't have had to bother, technically. But I didn't want to install the OS onto a HDD in the bays, a SSD fits right where the disc drive would appear. Just a simple power cable converted from floppy to sata and it was good to go. I couldn't install windows into the micro sd card slot, thanks Microsoft + HP But now it's not a big deal. My new motherboard only has 6 SATA slots, sans the two extra on my z87-pro.
Apparently I got my order in early enough! [img]https://s.gvid.me/s/2017/08/16/sTV711.png[/img]
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