View output.rst
Timestamp: 2015-05-19 23:11:38.372266224 +0000 UTC
Type: heka.statmetric
Hostname: machine1
Pid: 18895
Uuid: f58719a6-999f-465b-8790-13fae230c0ca
Logger: users-frontend-stat-accum
Payload: users-frontend-machine1.counters.uwsgi.worker.1.delta_requests.rate 0.000000 1432077098

users-frontend-machine1.counters.uwsgi.worker.1.delta_requests.count 0 1432077098 users-frontend-machine1.counters.uwsgi.worker.2.delta_requests.rate 0.000000 1432077098 users-frontend-machine1.counters.uwsgi.worker.2.delta_requests.count 0 1432077098

View gather_stack_outputs.py
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#!/usr/bin/python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
 
try:
import boto
from boto import cloudformation
HAS_BOTO = True
except ImportError:
HAS_BOTO = False
View consul-ssh-configurator.py
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#!/usr/bin/env python3
"""
Renders a partial SSH configuration file from Nodes and Services
located in a specified Consul catalog and then merges other partial
config files into the main ~/.ssh/config file. The Consul based SSH
config follows a convention for the SSH host::
Host <consul-cluster-name>-<service-name>-<node-address>
User <ssh-user>
Hostname <consul-node-address>
View example.py
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from dictalchemy import make_class_dictable
from flask import Flask, request, jsonify, json
from flask_sqlalchemy import SQLAlchemy
from jsonpatch import JsonPatch, JsonPatchException
 
app = Flask(__name__)
app.debug = True
db = SQLAlchemy(app)
make_class_dictable(db.Model)
View url62.py
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import string
import uuid
 
alphabet = string.digits + string.ascii_letters
 
def base62_encode(n):
ret = ''
while n > 0:
ret = alphabet[n % 62] + ret
n /= 62
View README.md

PostgreSQL Streaming Replication With Docker

The *.txt files here hold user and database parameters. Specifically, replication.txt contains the user/role and password to use for replication. Whereas database.txt contains an initial database, user/role and password to create on the master.

Run the master:

$ fig run -d master

Wait for it to start up completely. Start the slave:

View linux_netstats.lua
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--[[
Parses a payload containing the contents of a `cat /proc/net/dev | tail -n +3` call into a Heka
message.
Config:
- payload_keep (bool, optional, default false)
Always preserve the original log line in the message payload.
View nginx_status_decoder.lua
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--[[
Parses a payload containing the contents of the output from the Nginx `stub_status`
module. See: http://nginx.org/en/docs/http/ngx_http_stub_status_module.html
Config:
- payload_keep (bool, optional, default false)
Always preserve the original log line in the message payload.
View diskusage.lua
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--[[
Graphs disk usage data containing fields entield `DiskSize`, `DiskUsed`,
`DiskAvailable`, and `DiskPercentUsed`
Config:
- sec_per_row (uint, optional, default 60)
Sets the size of each bucket (resolution in seconds) in the sliding window.
- rows (uint, optional, default 1440)
Sets the size of the sliding window i.e., 1440 rows representing 60 seconds
View docker-regsitry.conf
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upstream docker-registry {
leastconn;
server hostname1:port;
server hostname2:port;
}
 
server {
listen 80;
server_name docker.your.domain;
rewrite ^ https://$server_name$request_uri? permanent;
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