@eggix hi I saw the PR – I've been at a conference but I'm making some time this week to port all my modules to 1.0
@brynet I looked at the Firefox sandboxing code when I PoC'd getting VCVRack sandboxed. The (MacOS) code was easy enough to comprehend that I could see porting pledge/unveil over very easily. The Windows and Linux implementations of the abstraction were… not good.
Decided on just using my spare thinkpad x201 time to upgrade from openbsd 6.4 to 6.5 anyway
This atomic pi thing looks insane cheap for the specs https://www.amazon.com/Atomic-Pi-High-Speed-Peripherals/dp/B07N298F2B/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=atomic+pi&qid=1556039829&s=gateway&sr=8-2
@sir aw that’s too bad - I was sort of kicking around getting a few for playing around with cluster type stuff
nice to see beginnings of TempleOS support in OpenBSD VMM!
I'm considering moving my ssh keys to my yubikey https://github.com/drduh/YubiKey-Guide – the only annoying thing is that it doesn't support anything other than 2048 bit RSA.
Actually debugging output from a Java program running in a Linux container
> 11:06:34.317 [Thread-30] DEBUG o.h.p.unix.solaris.SolarisDisplay - Initialized SolarisDisplay
> 11:06:34.318 [Thread-30] DEBUG oshi.util.EdidUtil - Manufacurer ID: 0000011010101111
> 11:06:34.318 [Thread-30] DEBUG oshi.util.EdidUtil - Serial number: [0, 0, 0, 0]
> 11:06:34.318 [Thread-30] DEBUG oshi.util.EdidUtil - Year-1990: 27
@dch I'd also be interested in what the block size distribution is (via zdb?) – the ZFS prefetcher doesn't like blocks larger than 1MB iirc (without sysctl tuning). There's probably also an option to increase the number of per file prefetch streams and the number of per zpool async read workers