Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #crimsonfu, 2015-03-25

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00:10 pdurbin heh
00:12 prologic it's all but too true though
00:12 prologic sadly
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03:52 Topic for #crimsonfu is now http://crimsonfu.github.com - ConfiguRatIon Management of Systems Or Network kung FU | logs at http://irclog.perlgeek.de/crimsonfu/today
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16:22 semiosis just found out about Amazon Aurora... https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/aws/highly-scalable-mysql-compat-rds-db-engine/
16:22 semiosis thinking about migrating to that
16:22 semiosis anyone heard of it?
16:25 pdurbin nope
20:36 pdurbin If you have a job that you're going to break up across several servers and each server will process part of that job, what do you call the part? A "slice"?
20:44 pdurbin you have 100 items to process. you tell server 5 to process the last 20 of the 100. maybe you'd call that "slice5" (or "slice4" if you like zero-index counting)
21:15 semiosis job
21:15 semiosis the job has 5 tasks
21:15 semiosis or maybe batch
21:16 semiosis but that has other connotations
21:16 semiosis or is the job all 100
21:16 semiosis i dont know
21:17 pdurbin heh
21:18 pdurbin right now I'm saying numPartitions=3 and partitionIdToProcess=1 for example
21:19 semiosis sounds interesting.  what's the workload?
21:20 pdurbin indexing 303,826 documents into Solr
21:22 semiosis science!
21:22 pdurbin :)
21:58 semiosis impression from first day with pfsense... don't trust the optional packages
21:58 semiosis base system seems pretty good
23:18 hydrajump semiosis: did you go with pfsense instead of Ubiquiti ER range?

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