<!- .... -> <log4net> <appender name="RollingLogFileAppenderLogstash" type="log4net.Appender.RollingFileAppender"> <encoding value="utf-8" /> <!--该目录必需有 IIS用户 写权限--> <file value="X:/var/log/[app_name]/logfile.log" /> <appendToFile value="true" /> <rollingStyle value="Date" /> <lockingModel type="log4net.Appender.FileAppender+MinimalLock" />
|Updates the Step Templates used on Deployment Processes to the latest versions|
|Step templates can be updated from the library on Octopus, but that doesnt mean that the Deployment processes using that template will start using the latest version right away. Normally, the user would have to update the step template on each deployment process manually. This script takes care of that.|
|Update-StepTemplatesOnDeploymentProcesses -ActionTemplateID "ActionTemplates-3" -OctopusURI "http://localhost" -APIKey "API-RLMWLZBPMX5DRPLCRNZETFS4HA"|
|Update-StepTemplatesOnDeploymentProcesses -AllActionTemplates -OctopusURI "http://Octopusdeploy.MyCompany.com" -APIKey "API-TSET42BPMX5DRPLCRNZETFS4HA"|
|## Please set the ROOT to the folder your nxlog was installed into,|
|## otherwise it will not start.|
|#define ROOT C:\Program Files\nxlog|
|define ROOT C:\Program Files (x86)\nxlog|
|define ROOT_STRING C:\Program Files (x86)\\nxlog|
@classam hey dude, we spoke yesterday about things I should know for developing... Any resources that are helpful for learning?
Hey, Stuart. Lots of resources. So many resources that I could talk for days about them. So I'm going to:
I got started with PHP - and a book called "Web Applications with PHP and MySQL" which is now starting to seriously show its age ( http://shop.oreilly.com/product/9780596005436.do ) - because deploying a PHP application is very, very easy. I'm not sure if I necessarily recommend it, because PHP is a total shit-show of a language, but it's an introduction to PHP, an introduction to MySQL, an introduction to getting those things to work together... a good way to get to the point where you can call yourself a web developer very quickly.
Get comfortable with the Linux command line. If you're in for a long read about user interfaces, command lines, Linux, and Windows, unpack and absorb this thing: http://www.cryptonomicon.com/beginning.html - but the extreme tl;dr of that
If you are adventurous, here the process to have Hipchat working in your favourite IRC client:
First, you need to install the IRSSI XMPP plugin. You can find this package in your distribution, but I advice you to use the latest version possible if you don't want this segfault errors everywhere: http://gna.org/bugs/?20487
The first version released after the patch fix is the 0.52-2 that you can download here: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+archive/primary/+files/irssi-plugin-xmpp_0.52-2_amd64.deb (No dependencies so it should work in any Debian distributions)
Once it's done. You have to configure IRSSI. Either via command line, either manually in the ~/.irssi/config file. I followed this thread: http://cybione.org/lists/irssi-xmpp-list/msg00339.html and it was pretty successful.
You can find your XMPP access on your HipChat account on this page: https://boxuk.hipchat.com/account/xmpp. Everything has a XMPP account id. Even the Rooms name. So you have to use these instead of the real names for your I