If I had more time I would read this closely: Introducing zq: an Easier (and Faster) Alternative to jq.
This is great: CSS tips and tricks you won’t see in most of the tutorials.
I have a degraded ZFS array due to too many write errors on one of my disks. When my replacement disk arrives I will follow these instructions to resolve the issue: Replace a faulty disk on a Mirrored or RAIDZ virtual device.
I chuckled: Hiring Developers: How to avoid the best.
Today’s reading: Unicode Normalization Forms.
The ZFS verification process is called a ‘scrub’ and it is done periodically (usually every few weeks). To report on the status of a scrub in progress use the `zfs scrub` command.
Today I learned the term lissajous curve. No idea how to pronounce that one.
So I signed up for an account on the EEVBlog form and made my first post.
This in my feed today: The Cargo Cult of Good Code. Sometimes Repeat Yourself? :)
Less is more, baby!