Camelia, the Perl 6 bug

IRC log for #crimsonfu, 2013-07-02

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00:00 pdurbin hell of a thing
00:00 semiosis root@compute-710a:~# fsck /dev/nova_local/ice-0000008c_disk.local1
00:00 semiosis s/local1/local/
00:00 pdurbin yeah
00:00 semiosis what happens when you try to mount it?
00:00 semiosis that's not in the gist
00:00 pdurbin I was just gonna say
00:00 semiosis agoddard:
00:01 pdurbin I guess local1 is the first partition of local?
00:01 semiosis no
00:01 semiosis 1 is the Start column
00:01 semiosis there's no space between the columns
00:02 pdurbin oh
00:02 agoddard added the above to the gist
00:02 semiosis pdurbin: guessing, actually the columns dont really add up
00:03 semiosis lvdisplay calls it local (without the 1) so that's definitely the name
00:03 semiosis agoddard: NTFS?  really?
00:04 pdurbin heh. I had the same thought
00:04 semiosis try mount -t ext4
00:04 semiosis oh i see the 1 is a partition within the LV
00:04 semiosis weird
00:04 semiosis who partitions their LVs?!
00:04 pdurbin semiosis: didn't I just say that? ;)
00:05 semiosis yeah
00:05 semiosis guess so
00:05 agoddard yeah, this is all Openstack generated :(
00:05 agoddard ha, yeah not ntfs.. haha
00:05 agoddard mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/mapper/nova_local-ice--0000008c_disk.local,
00:05 agoddard missing codepage or helper program, or other error
00:05 agoddard In some cases useful info is found in syslog - try
00:05 agoddard dmesg | tail  or so
00:05 agoddard local1, which I think it the right partition? just gives me mount: special device /dev/mapper/nova_local-ice--0000008c_disk.local1 does not exist
00:08 semiosis agoddard: http://backdrift.org/mounting-a-file-syst​em-on-a-partition-inside-of-an-lvm-volume
00:08 semiosis seems relevant
00:08 semiosis however insane :)
00:09 agoddard awsiq haha.. lemme give it a go
00:10 semiosis awsiq?
00:10 agoddard I spent a long time in a small room with two ruby devs when we were 25, now I speak funny :/
00:11 semiosis got it
00:12 semiosis afk for a bit, good luck
00:15 agoddard thanks
00:15 agoddard updated gist with kpart info, gonna play with that and google a bit more :D
00:16 agoddard semiosis: I owe you a metric mother load of beer
00:19 agoddard mounting the dm device worked. I tried that earlier, but the dm device from local, not local1 F)*Ckfffnnn partition harshing my mellow.
00:20 pdurbin semiosis: that blog is by the guy who came before me at my last job. never met the guy. heard good things
00:22 pdurbin agoddard: so it was local vs local1?
00:23 agoddard pdurbin: I think kpartx had to create the DM entry, it only worked with the new DM entry
00:23 agoddard if I hit local1 before, it couldn't mount it
00:23 pdurbin agoddard: ah. ok
00:23 pdurbin agoddard: but you're all set now?
00:24 agoddard yep!
00:24 agoddard dude. crimsonfu ftw.
00:24 pdurbin awesome
00:24 pdurbin semiosis: remind me to give you a promotion
00:24 agoddard :D
00:24 agoddard +1
00:25 agoddard not sure what wins now, fixing lvm from Australia via 3G, or fixing a xen problem from the blue ridge parkway on EDGE
00:25 agoddard the winner is: the internet.
00:31 agoddard pdurbin: and just to troll me, it sees it as local1 when it's mounted: https://gist.github.com/agoddard/9074e​57ed2a80e715fb2#file-gistfile1-txt-L73
00:35 pdurbin nice
00:37 pdurbin kpartx - Create device maps from partition tables    ...   This  tool,  derived  from util-linux' partx, reads partition tables on       specified device  and  create  device  maps  over  partitions  segments       detected. It is called from hotplug upon device maps creation and dele‐tion. ...    -a     Add partition mappings
00:37 pdurbin sounds useful :)
00:41 agoddard certainly was today :)
01:10 semiosis back
01:10 semiosis agoddard: glad my google-fu helped you out
01:11 semiosis my devops-in-strange-places story this week was restarting application servers over ssh from my phone in a movie theater
01:11 semiosis not as exotic as the blue ridge or AU, but out of my ordinary
01:11 agoddard haha nice
01:12 agoddard "stop texting" "I'm not, I'm fixing the internet, shut up and watch the movie"
01:12 semiosis hehehe
01:34 * pdurbin looks at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Ridge_Parkway
01:42 semiosis nice place, you should go!
01:53 pdurbin I'm supposed to go to Charlottesville, Virginia in September. looks like it's pretty close to the start of it (Shenandoah National Park)
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17:27 pdurbin how many messages per minute will a typical mail server accept from the same IP before it starts scoring those messages as spam?
17:37 ben_e is there a typical mail server?
17:38 pdurbin I suppose not
18:14 pdurbin I'm gonna say... 10
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19:17 semiosis what if that IP belongs to a reputable mail provider?
19:18 semiosis i'm sure aol's MTA receives more than 10/min from gmail's MTA
19:18 pdurbin fine 20
19:18 semiosis lol
19:18 pdurbin those guys have backroom deals
19:19 pdurbin i just mean two random mail servers
19:19 semiosis dkim & spf
19:21 pdurbin yeah
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