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sjlu / metabase
Created Mar 15, 2018
metabase init.d
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#!/bin/sh
# /etc/init.d/metabase
### BEGIN INIT INFO
# Provides: Metabase
# Required-Start: $local_fs $network $named $time $syslog
# Required-Stop: $local_fs $network $named $time $syslog
# Default-Start: 2 3 4 5
# Default-Stop: 0 1 6
# Description: Metabase analytics and intelligence platform
### END INIT INFO
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sjlu / cloudflare-ddclient.patch
Created Aug 16, 2014
CloudFlare ddclient patch
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--- ddclient.orig 2013-09-26 01:06:12.399990673 +0100
+++ ddclient 2013-09-26 06:25:36.768189452 +0100
@@ -13,12 +13,17 @@
# Support for multiple IP numbers added by
# Astaro AG, Ingo Schwarze <ischwarze-OOs/4mkCeqbQT0dZR+AlfA@public.gmane.org> September 16, 2008
#
+# Modified to work with Cloudflare by Robert Ian Hawdon 2012-07-16: http://robertianhawdon.me.uk/
+#
+# Further modified to work with Cloudflare by Peter Roberts 2013-9-26, 2014-6-22: blog.peter-r.co.uk
+#
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var Sequelize = require('sequelize');
var DataTypes = Sequelize;
sequelize = new Sequelize('mysql://root@localhost/29165644', {});
var Module = sequelize.define('module', {
id: DataTypes.INTEGER,
name: DataTypes.STRING,
description: DataTypes.STRING,
category_id: DataTypes.STRING,
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sjlu / Contentful.js
Last active Jun 3, 2019
This helps compile Jekyll posts from Contentful
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var Promise = require('bluebird')
var _ = require('lodash')
var fs = require('fs')
var contentful = require('contentful')
var client = contentful.createClient({
space: '0eybfmw2qkbf',
accessToken: process.env.CONTENTFUL_ACCESS_TOKEN,
host: process.env.CONTENTFUL_HOST
})
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sjlu / Migrating from Amazon Linux to Amazon Linux 2 with Elastic Beanstalk and Node.js.md
Last active Jul 23, 2021
Migrating from Amazon Linux to Amazon Linux 2 with Elastic Beanstalk and Node.js
View Migrating from Amazon Linux to Amazon Linux 2 with Elastic Beanstalk and Node.js.md

This file is a log of everything I've encountered when trying to migrate a Node.js, Elastic Beanstalk application from the Amazon Linux platform to the Amazon Liunx 2 platform. Here's why you should migrate:

  1. LTS support up to 2023 source
  2. The Amazon Linux AMI's end-of-life is December, 2020 source
  3. Amazon Linux 2 has some big package upgrades (GCC, Glibc, etc.)
  4. Elastic Beanstalk also has some upgrades on top of Amazon Linux 2 (e.g. faster deploys)

Challenges

Disabling NPM install