Kubectl output options
Let's look at some basic kubectl output options.
Our intention is to list nodes (with their AWS InstanceId) and Pods (sorted by node).
We can start with:
kubectl get no
Among computer programmers, a “gotcha” has become a term for a feature of a programming language that is likely to play tricks on you to display behavior that is different than what you expect.
Just as a fly or a mosquito can “bite” you, we say that a gotcha can “bite” you. So, let's proceed to examine some of Python's gotchas !
|# Tweaked Win10 Initial Setup Script|
|# Primary Author: Disassembler <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|# Modified by: alirobe <email@example.com> based on my personal preferences.|
|# Version: 2.20.2, 2018-09-14|
|# Primary Author Source: https://github.com/Disassembler0/Win10-Initial-Setup-Script|
|# Tweaked Source: https://gist.github.com/alirobe/7f3b34ad89a159e6daa1/|
|# Tweak difference:|
|# @alirobe's version is a subset focused on safely disabling telemetry, some 'smart' features and 3rd party bloat ...|
In a project I'm working on I ran into the requirement of having some sort of persistent FIFO buffer or pipe in Linux, i.e. something file-like that could accept writes from a process and persist it to disk until a second process reads (and acknowledges) it. The persistence should be both across process restarts as well as OS restarts.
AFAICT unfortunately in the Linux world such a primitive does not exist (named pipes/FIFOs do not persist