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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to get a portable LTE modem + wifi access point that uses replaceable (AA/AAA) batteries?
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accepted Is it possible to use OpenVPN tap device and have latency less then 100ms?
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accepted How to get a portable LTE modem + wifi access point that uses replaceable (AA/AAA) batteries?
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asked How to get a portable LTE modem + wifi access point that uses replaceable (AA/AAA) batteries?
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comment Is it possible to use OpenVPN tap device and have latency less then 100ms?
@TeroKilkanen It appears, that the problem is not directly related to the OpenVPN - it was due to the poorly configured QoS on the router side. Thank you for your attention.
Jun
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answered Is it possible to use OpenVPN tap device and have latency less then 100ms?
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comment Is it possible to use OpenVPN tap device and have latency less then 100ms?
As I said, the ping to the server WITHOUT OpenVPN is less than 40ms (on average 20ms). Ping inside my network is negligible. Tell me, exactly what information do you need?
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asked Is it possible to use OpenVPN tap device and have latency less then 100ms?
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accepted How to ensure that the «if» statement gets parsed _before_ a given resource/class?
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comment Puppet: conditional definition of types
Are you sure it will work 100% of times? I am not sure one can rely on the order in which the variables are parsed. See: serverfault.com/questions/590762/…
May
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comment Puppet: conditional definition of types
Setting the $php_package_name to false is a solution, that will work 50% of time. The other 50% times you will have the if $php_package_name != false evaluated first, and $php_package_name = false only later: unfortunately Puppet doesn't use the information where a variable is defined and where it is used to do a correct variable definitons' parsing. See: serverfault.com/questions/590762/…
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comment Puppet concatenate templates
Cool! How did you find it out?
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answered How to ensure that the «if» statement gets parsed _before_ a given resource/class?
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answered How to ensure that the «if» statement gets parsed _before_ a given resource/class?
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revised How to ensure that the «if» statement gets parsed _before_ a given resource/class?
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Apr
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comment How to ensure that the «if» statement gets parsed _before_ a given resource/class?
@facter Does class {'vbox': require => Class['userdoc'], } not work? - no it doesn't. Although I get the correct order of execution, but this doesn't affect the order in which classes are parsed.
Apr
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comment How to ensure that the «if» statement gets parsed _before_ a given resource/class?
@faker ... Besides in real situation (not this mock-up example), both vbox and userdocs are in fact a define, not class, and they have user name as a namevar. I understand, that I would need to have as many facts as there are users, which would greatly proliferate the namespace.
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comment How to ensure that the «if» statement gets parsed _before_ a given resource/class?
@faker I don't understand, why you like them. Facts are instantiated only once, at the beginning. I would need to run a manifest twice (which is not elegant), and handle three states in place of two: "dedicated_docs", "no_dedicated_docs", "first_run".