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comment Understanding Chart from Google SRE Book
Thanks - that helps. Could you please take a look at my second question - how to figure out latency, i.e. time to handle http request, of the blue area?
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comment curl (56) Recv failure: Connection reset by peer - when hitting docker container
Actually, stackoverflow.com/a/26553296/409976 fixed my issue, i.e. using "0.0.0.0" as the interface, not "localhost".
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comment curl (56) Recv failure: Connection reset by peer - when hitting docker container
No netstat on the container, but I ran: ss -a | grep -i LIST to output tcp LISTEN 0 100 ::ffff:127.0.0.1:http :::*. If I read that output correctly, then it's listening on localhost:80?
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comment How to create hash or yml from top level attributes values of node?
Hi Sarah - could you please take a look at my question - stackoverflow.com/questions/23377953/…? It's related to this one, thanks.
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comment Question marks showing in ls of directory. IO errors too
what if your ls returns no such file or directory with a bunch of ????? in the privileges/rights area?
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comment Preferred “Chef/Berkshelf/Vagrant” Way to Change Java Versions
I'm not sure yet, but I imagine dropping a WAR into $TOMCAT_HOME/webapps directory
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comment Using yum versus manual installation
Thanks for the thoughtful, detailed reply, MadHatter. With respect to core repos versus other repos, is using only the former considered best practice? My understanding of Red Hat is to focus on security & stability. So, if my understanding is true, then perhaps using another, non-RH repo could bring new features, but also possibly vulnerabilities?