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Devops oriented linux sysadmin and open source enthusiast. Works for Mintra with Trainingportal - Enriching people on knowledge.


Oct
8
answered how to use check_graphite plugin for nagios & graphite integration?
Oct
3
revised Statsd, Graphite and graphs
Improved formatting
Oct
3
suggested suggested edit on Statsd, Graphite and graphs
Oct
3
comment Statsd, Graphite and graphs
And, are you looking at the stat from statsd, or the stat counter, which is the actual number of increments in the flush period? Take a look at my blog post about statsd and graphite to understand more - blog.pkhamre.com/2012/07/24/understanding-statsd-and-graphite
Oct
3
comment Statsd, Graphite and graphs
I have noticed that if you copy the image-link for the graph in Graphite, and applying ?format=raw or ?format=json, it is a lot easier to debug why your graph is showing as it does.
Oct
2
answered Nginx: Rewriting entire URI to query string
Sep
30
awarded  Yearling
Sep
20
comment TOMCAT HTTP 500 INTERNAL SERVER ERROR Randomly
Eanble more verbose logging if you have the possibility for it.
Sep
18
comment `sudo` with alias in Bash
Great answer, I was not aware of this.
Sep
18
answered Automating Jenkins module install
Sep
17
comment Nginx condition proxy based on the $request_body
Are you sure it is your nginx that returns the 404, and not the proxied request?
Sep
7
answered 404 with serving static files in a custom nginx configuration
Sep
7
comment security update in centos, which way is it?
It really depends, not all updates are security updates.
Sep
7
comment security update in centos, which way is it?
This is the standard and supported way of doing it. Stick with it :)
Sep
7
comment security update in centos, which way is it?
I would prefer to do the actual upgrades manually, but get notified automatically so I can take action quickly. Too bad if an automated update brakes something when someone is on vacation or away.
Sep
7
answered Are packages override each other?
Sep
7
answered security update in centos, which way is it?
Sep
5
comment Nginx enable site command
Then I am unsure what you are really asking for.
Sep
5
answered Nginx enable site command
Sep
4
comment nginx and varnish for caching forcing ssl
Yes, definitely. But that is because I have lots of experience with Varnish for caching. I am not sure about nginx and caching, but I know Varnish is able to do pretty advanced caching. And it's very good at it!