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View google_directory_service.py
import json
import os
from googleapiclient import discovery
from oauth2client.service_account import ServiceAccountCredentials
def authenticated_directory_service(delegate_user_email):
""" Returns a service object for accessing the admin directory service.
"""
json_creds = json.loads(os.environ['GOOGLE_KEYFILE_JSON'])
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dcosson / postgres-is-locked.md
Last active Jun 2, 2016
Dealing with weird migrations/table updates that have locked postgres
View postgres-is-locked.md

See what is waiting on what:

SELECT 
    waiting.locktype           AS waiting_locktype,
    waiting.relation::regclass AS waiting_table,
    waiting_stm.query          AS waiting_query,
    waiting.mode               AS waiting_mode,
    waiting.pid                AS waiting_pid,
    other.locktype             AS other_locktype,
    other.relation::regclass   AS other_table,
View postgres-biggest-relations-size.md

For my own future reference, here's a query for finding size of the biggest relations in postgres, the tables and indexes. Taken from the wiki, but I've modified it so any pg_toast tables also display the tablename that they come from.

SELECT CASE WHEN relname like 'pg_toast%' THEN CONCAT(relname, ' (', CAST(rtrim(ltrim(relname, 'pg_toast_'), '_index') as INTEGER)::regclass, ')') ELSE relname END as relation, pg_size_pretty(pg_relation_size(C.oid)) AS "size" FROM pg_class C LEFT JOIN pg_namespace N ON (N.oid = C.relnamespace) WHERE nspname NOT IN ('pg_catalog', 'information_schema') ORDER BY pg_relation_size(C.oid) DESC LIMIT 50;
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dcosson / add_ssh_key_from_s3.sh
Last active Nov 26, 2015
Add private key stored in S3 to ssh-agent
View add_ssh_key_from_s3.sh
#!/bin/bash
#
# Download the specified ssh private key from s3 and add it to the ssh-agent so
# we can make requests to a git remote using it.
#
# Works by piping the ascii key through a named pipe to get it from standard
# out to a file descriptor that the ssh-add utility can read. The benefit of
# this over just saving it to a tmp file is the key never touches disk.
# Parse args
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dcosson / gist:2defd0bd596f00e14f60
Last active Aug 29, 2015
Add an extra share button to mave
View gist:2defd0bd596f00e14f60
MaveSDK *mave = [MaveSDK sharedInstance];
[mave presentInvitePageModallyWithBlock:^(UIViewController *inviteController) {
if ([inviteController isKindOfClass:[UINavigationController class]]) {
UINavigationController *navController = (UINavigationController *)inviteController;
// Here replace the method "foo" with your method to present a share sheet
// And you can of course use a button with an image instead of the title "Share"
UIBarButtonItem *shareButton = [[UIBarButtonItem alloc] initWithTitle:@"Share"
style:UIBarButtonItemStylePlain
target:self action:@selector(foo)];
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dcosson / gist:27bcca9b9ad28a38ab60
Last active Aug 29, 2015
Rename an ios project
View gist:27bcca9b9ad28a38ab60

I was renaming a project from GrowthKit to Mave, and updating the prefix.

This got me 95% of the way there, there were a few things to clean up manually (not really sure why because the things I fixed manually matched these rules). Luckily the previous project name wasn't "View" or something that would conflict with any builtin types or setting names

rm -rf Pods
brew install rename 
shopt -s globstar     # requires bash 4.0+, makes ** recursive

rename s/GrowthKit/Mave/ **
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dcosson / hello.py
Last active Aug 29, 2015
Flask Hello
View hello.py
# Simple http server to test concurrency or load balancing or whatever,
# specifying numprocs greater than 1 will run that many instances of the
# flask app in subprocesses on incrementing ports beginning with the one specified
# Run:
# sudo pip install flask
# python hello.py [PORT-NUM] [NUMPROCS]
from flask import Flask
import os
import signal
View keybase.md

Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

  • I am dcosson on github.
  • I am dcosson (https://keybase.io/dcosson) on keybase.
  • I have a public key whose fingerprint is 7315 7FF6 9E72 ABBC 1CB1 0C11 5399 BD81 8F48 C11F

To claim this, I am signing this object:

View open-r10k-repo-pull-request
#!/bin/bash
#
# Uses github's hub command line tool and r10kdiff gem to open a pull request
# for a repository containing a Puppetfile used by r10k.
#
# Assumes it should be from the current branch <Puppet Environment Name> in a
# fork to the same branch upstream (since you can't use feature branches in the
# same repository with r10k as it might deploy them as environments)
#
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dcosson / gist:3839768
Created Oct 5, 2012
Count viewers on a mongrel2 site
View gist:3839768
# bash command to count the number of unique ip addresses in the mongrel2 access log (default format)
cat mongrel2.access.log | cut -f 4 -d : | cut -f 1 -d , | sort | uniq | wc -l
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