Rebasing (resets the committer to the committer of the current pair):
$ git rebase -i --exec 'git duet-commit --amend'
|2colorthresh - Automatically thresholds an image to binary (b/w) format using an adaptive spatial subdivision color reduction technique|
|3Dbox - Generates a perspective view of a 3D box at any orientation with pictures pasted on each of its sides|
|3Dcover - Wraps an image around the front and left or right side of box viewed in rotated perspective|
|3Dreflection - Adds a fading reflection below an image and views it in perspective|
|3Drotate - Applies a perspective distortion to an image by providing three rotation angles, zoom, offsets, background color, perspective exaggeration and auto zoom/centering 3Dtext - Converts text into an image with a 3D extrusion effect accentedges - Applies accented edges to an image|
|adaptivegamma - Enhances the contrast/brightness in an image using a locally adaptive gamma method|
|anglegradient - Creates a gradient effect at a specific orientation angle|
|aspect - Resizes an image to a specific size allowing either cropping or padding to deal with the aspect ratio change|
|aspectcrop - Cr|
|# Insert an event into InfluxDB|
|INSERT events title="Disabled unattended-upgrades",description="We should see reduced bandwidth usage from here on",tags="apt,debug,bandwidth";|
|# Configure the annotation in Grafana|
|SELECT title, description from events WHERE $timeFilter ORDER BY time ASC;|
I work with a lot of different Concourse servers that have a variety of versions.
fly rejects working with servers that are off to much. Therefore I have
fly-4.2.3 etc. on my machine.
set-pipeline scripts assume that a single
fly command exists and that it magically is of the right version. So I need to switch; preferably per directory or per shell.
set-pipelinescript does not know about the alias.
What happens between
cf push and "state: running"? We will have a look at how the Cloud Foundry part of the IBM Cloud creates and manages applications. Attending this session will give you an in-depth understanding of application deployment works and where to look in case of trouble. (edited)