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emory / 20211104083717-icon-kernelpanic-mbuf
Created Nov 4, 2021
this happens every morning, only things running would be either time machine or Arq backups
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panic(cpu 0 caller 0xffffff80058c5b68): m_free: freeing an already freed mbuf @uipc_mbuf.c:4817
Panicked task 0xffffff85a63f96a0: 580 threads: pid 0: kernel_task
Backtrace (CPU 0), panicked thread: 0xffffff85abcbb580, Frame : Return Address
0xffffffd14675ba60 : 0xffffff800529c00d
0xffffffd14675bab0 : 0xffffff80053f5d85
0xffffffd14675baf0 : 0xffffff80053e5763
0xffffffd14675bb40 : 0xffffff800523ba60
0xffffffd14675bb60 : 0xffffff800529c3dd
0xffffffd14675bc80 : 0xffffff800529bb96
0xffffffd14675bce0 : 0xffffff8005b18649
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emory / 20211026072522-Stibium benchmarks NVME OpenZFS on macOS pool.txt
Created Oct 26, 2021
20211026072522-Stibium benchmarks NVME OpenZFS on macOS pool
View 20211026072522-Stibium benchmarks NVME OpenZFS on macOS pool.txt
Read (noncache) = 160
Average = 827.9 MB/s
20% trimmed mean = 833.1 MB/s (466.6 MB/s - 1.08 GB/s)
Theil-Sen regressed rate = 754.7 MB/s (603.2 MB/s - 1.17 GB/s)
Linear regressed rate = 708.3 MB/s latency = -0.021377247120773823 s
Write = 16
Average = 2.51 GB/s
20% trimmed mean = 2.51 GB/s (1.05 GB/s - 4.02 GB/s)
Theil-Sen regressed rate = 3.62 GB/s (1.35 GB/s - 6.62 GB/s)
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emory / README.md
Created Sep 16, 2020 — forked from CHTJonas/UniFi Tunnelbroker.md
Tunnelbroker config for UniFi Security Gateway
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UniFi Tunnelbroker Configuration

This GitHub Gist details the manual configuration needed on a UniFi controller to enable IPv6 tunneling with Hurricane Electric's Tunnelbroker service.

Setup

This is what works for me personally. Stuff you'll need to do to adapt this to your ends:

  • Replace "local-ip" with your USG's public IPv4 address.
  • Replace "remote-ip" with the address of your Tunnelbroker tunnel server.
  • Replace "address" with the IPv6 address that your are allocated.
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emory / Base64_CheatSheet.md
Created Nov 20, 2019 — forked from Neo23x0/Base64_CheatSheet.md
Learning Aid - Top Base64 Encodings Table
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Learning Aid - Top Base64 Encodings Table

MITRE ATT4CK - T1132 - Data Encoding

Base64 Code Mnemonic Aid Decoded* Description
JAB 🗣 Jabber $. Variable declaration (UTF-16)
TVq 📺 Television MZ MZ header
UEs 🏬 Upper East Side PK ZIP, Office documents
SUVY 🚙 SUV IEX PowerShell Invoke Expression
View zpool status.txt
❯ zpool status
pool: cloister
state: ONLINE
scan: scrub repaired 668K in 12h11m with 0 errors on Wed Mar 29 23:54:19 2017
config:
NAME STATE READ WRITE CKSUM
cloister ONLINE 0 0 0
mirror-0 ONLINE 0 0 0
media-34552881-6244-6E40-87CC-E9EFF3BE4B8C ONLINE 0 0 0
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❯ zfs list
NAME USED AVAIL REFER MOUNTPOINT
cloister 2.74T 790G 684K /cloister
cloister/Eyrie 2.14T 790G 756K /Eyrie
cloister/Eyrie/zemoryl 2.14T 790G 1.09T /Eyrie/zemoryl
cloister/Eyrie/zemoryl/Creating 738G 790G 14.2G /Eyrie/zemoryl/Creating
cloister/Eyrie/zemoryl/Creating/EmoryAV 117G 790G 117G /Eyrie/zemoryl/Creating/EmoryAV
cloister/Eyrie/zemoryl/Creating/EmoryPhotography 606G 790G 606G /Eyrie/zemoryl/Creating/EmoryPhotography
cloister/Eyrie/zemoryl/Developer 69.3G 790G 56.0G /Eyrie/zemoryl/Developer
cloister/Eyrie/zemoryl/Developer/Repositories 13.4G 790G 13.4G /Eyrie/zemoryl/Developer/Repositories
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emory / license-badges.md
Created Oct 7, 2016 — forked from lukas-h/license-badges.md
License Badges for your Project
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Markdown License badges

Collection of License badges for your Project's README file. Easily copy and paste the code under the badges into your Markdown files.

Notes

  • Badges are made with Shields.io.
  • This badges do not fully replace the license informations for your projects, they are only emblems for the README, that the user can see the License at first glance.

Want to add a License?

Comment this gist or write me an E-Mail (lukas@himsel.me)

View OmniFocus 2 Hidden Configuration Knobs.md

Hidden Configuration Options for OmniFocus 2 (OS X)

A commonly referenced collection of these was published in a post from May 22, 2014 by Jeroen Sangers, originally posted at braintags.com but currently [^1] available at https://jeroensangers.wordpress.com/2014/05/22/omnifocus-2-configuration/. This document hopes to be equally useful and may end up receiving updates. — @emory (github) @incumbent (twitter)

Secret Handshake URLs

All configuration options are activated by opening a special URL starting with omnifocus:///change-preference in a browser or other application that accepts a URI, which will open OmniFocus and apply the configuration option.

The URLs in the list are clickable to apply the configuration directly from this post.

View equix.txt
> This is a Quix Command File
>
> For the syntax of this file, please refer to https://www.quixapp.com/syntax/
>
@Social commands
@These commands are for dealing with social networks and social sites.
fb http://www.facebook.com/share.php?u=%r&t=%t Share the current page on Facebook
li javascript:(function(){d=document,l=d.location,f='http://www.linkedin.com/shareArticle?mini=true&ro=false&trk=bookmarklet&title='+encodeURIComponent(d.title)+'&url='+encodeURIComponent(l.href),a=function(){if(!window.open(f,'News','width=520,height=570,toolbar=0,location=0,status=0,scrollbars=yes')){l.href=f;}};if(/Firefox/.test(navigator.userAgent)){setTimeout(a,0);}else{a();}})() Share the current page on LinkedIn
t http://twitter.com/%s Twitter User
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emory / privacy-policy.md
Created Oct 1, 2015 — forked from maddisondesigns/cookie-policy.md
eCommerce Terms & Conditions and Privacy Templates
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#Privacy Policy

####1. We respect your privacy

Business Name respects your right to privacy and this policy sets out how we collect and treat your personal information. “Personal information” is information we hold which is identifiable as being about you.

####2. What personal information we collect