RT @igorbobic@twitter.com

They’re in the chamber. One is up on the dais yelling “Trump won that election!” This is insane

🐦🔗: twitter.com/igorbobic/status/1

RT @lrvick@twitter.com

While Slack is down, again, I'll take this moment to point out that Matrix exists, is open source, federated, end to end encrypted, and you can host it yourself.

If you need an easy button you can pay them to run a dedicated server for you: element.io/plans-and-pricing/p

🐦🔗: twitter.com/lrvick/status/1346

Apparently 'giving in to scientific advisers' is a bad thing now? It's not like they are literally trained for this


Happy Halloween! 🎃

Stay safe, properly social distance, wear a mask

Let's resist the surveillance pandemic. Use a mask, use Tor. Join me and donate to @torproject@twitter.com: donate.torproject.org

@lrvick I mean, this problem plagues all stateful applications across most providers. DOKS runs into the same problem as they also only support RWO. You can set up your own RWX by making an NFS server IN your cluster or on a different droplet, but you're still dealing with manual migration issues none the less.


@lrvick EBS doesn't support "ReadWriteMany" and is the default for the EKS CSI (including the previous iteration). This is part of the problem. It can only be mounted to a single node and can only be accessed by services on th nodeoses. This makes rolling upgrades impossible and can also lead to scaling issues

@lrvick the latest version of EKS along with using the new AWS CNI for volumes so that it _can_ manage this better. But if you're current cluster is in contention and resources are not able to scale your SOL (2/2)

@lrvick node selectors exist for this reason. You may want to have nodes that cost much more to run for specific resources. IE. I need a graphics card for this. But I don't want to pay $7/hr for all my resources that don't need a graphics card. Each instance type, especially in AWS has different limits on the number of Volumes and ENIs that can be bound to it. The default scheduler does not receive this data so it has no real idea how to manage that. This is why the recommendation is to move to (1/2)

@lrvick that only works if you have fully stateless applications. If you keep any data in clusters it's always a pain to move. Especially when you're talking about databases

RT @ihackedwhat@twitter.com

She may name me, but it was @CircuitSwan@twitter.com who overhead me and ran with it...

Proceeds going to @NSPFoundation@twitter.com


🐦🔗: twitter.com/ihackedwhat/status

That's.....not how that works

RT @KDbyProxy@twitter.com

Donald Trump on computer hacking: "Nobody gets hacked. To get hacked you need somebody with 197 IQ and he needs about 15 percent of your password."


🐦🔗: twitter.com/KDbyProxy/status/1

This is why we have over 200k deaths in this country. Nonsense like this. You're doped up are only on day 3 of treatment. Fuck off with your bullshit

RT @realDonaldTrump@twitter.com

I will be leaving the great Walter Reed Medical Center today at 6:30 P.M. Feeling really good! Don’t be afraid of Covid. Don’t let it dominate your life. We have developed, under the Trump Administration, some really great drugs & knowledge. I feel better than I did 20 years ago!

🐦🔗: twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/st

Alright, which one of you a**holes thought this was a good idea.

"Why is this such shit?"

**Looks online**

"oh it's 'fixed' in the newest version of kubernetes"

Cries remember how much of a pain upgrading our clusters and migrating resources is.

I feel personally attacked

RT @IanColdwater@twitter.com

I'm in this picture and I don't like it

🐦🔗: twitter.com/IanColdwater/statu

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