Does Apple really log every app you run? A technical look
Apple’s launch of macOS Big Sur was almost immediately followed by server issues which prevented users from running third-party apps on their computers. While a workaround was soon found by people on Twitter, others raised some privacy concerns related to that issue.
Minimizing read-write MySQL downtime
MySQL is still used in primary-secondary setup. To update primary, we have to pause write. Pausing data modifications causes downtime, and this amount of downtime must be minimized to the shortest amount possible. This post details how Yelp has integrated open-source tools to provide advanced MySQL failure detection and execute automated recoveries to minimize the downtime of our read-write MySQL traffic.
dealing with streaming replication conflicts in Postgresql
Streaming replication in PostgreSQL is a well-established master-slave replication technique. It is simple to set up, stable and performs well. So many people are surprised when they learn about replication conflicts — after all, the standby server is read-only. This even happen on AWS RDS.
This article describes replication conflicts and tells you how to deal with them
This is how I git
See how curl’s creator use Git. We can defintely learn a lot from him.
Code to read
Command-line DNS client
A Ruby library for examining and modifying the Mach-O file format is used by macOS and iOS (among others) as a general purpose binary format for object files, executables, dynamic libraries, and so forth
a tool to remove images background.
string comparison and edit distance algorithms library, featuring : Levenshtein, LCS, Hamming, Damerau levenshtein (OSA and Adjacent transpositions algorithms), Jaro-Winkler, Cosine, etc…
Cross platform gRPC client
A powerful testing tool for Kubernetes clusters.
a CLI for declaratively setting up local Kubernetes clusters.
A service health dashboard in Go that is meant to be used as a docker image with a custom configuration file.
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