I’m looking for any tips or tricks for making chrome headless mode less detectable. Here is what I’ve done so far:

Set my args as follows:

const run = (async () => {

    const args = [
now=$(date +%s);
# Loop through files
hdfs dfs -ls /some_hdfs_directory | while read f; do
# Get File Date and File Name
file_date=`echo $f | awk '{print $6}'`;
file_name=`echo $f | awk '{print $8}'`;
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I'm recieving a strange error on a new install of Spark. I have setup a small 3 node spark cluster on top of an existing hadoop instance. The error I get is the same for any command I try to run on pyspark shell I get the following error:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
  File "/opt/spark/python/pyspark/", line 1041, in count
    return self.mapPartitions(lambda i: [sum(1 for _ in i)]).sum()
  File "/opt/spark/python/pyspark/", line 1032, in sum
    return self.mapPartitions(lambda x: [sum(x)]).fold(0, operator.add)
  File "/opt/spark/python/pyspark/", line 906, in fold
View Flushing DNS cache macOSX
sudo dscacheutil -flushcache;sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder;say flushed
View MacOS Sierra - Custom PHP Compiled from Source with Threading and Custom ODBC

I recently got a new Macbook Pro and wanted to document how I setup my PHP environment. I like full control of how PHP is built and I usually build it from source. I do this because I often add custom extensions and modules not found in the common PHP OSX installers. If your looking for a easier method than building from source try

NOTE: This post assumes you are running a fresh install of MacOS Sierra 10.12.16 with System Integrity Protection disabled. If you don't know how to disable it just boot into recovery mode and open a terminal and type csrutil disable, or google search it :) This post also assumes you are using Zsh instead of Bash shell. If you are using Bash you can replace anytime you see ~/.zshrc with ~/.bashrc.

First lets get some of the prerequisites. Start by grabbing the command line tools neccessary:

xcode-select --install
View Details On Fixing USB-C Gigabyte Ethernet Adaptor in 2016 Macbook

I recently recieved a new Macbook Pro. This was one of the latest 2016 models, that have the touchbar. Mine took a little longer to ship as I got it maxed out. When i arrived I went through the standard setup proceedure for a new mac. I then attempted to hook up a USB-C Ethernet Adaptor from C2G. It was suppose to work right out of the box, but it didn't work. I hooked the same device into another collegue of mines new Macbook Pro 2016 and it worked. I could see the Network panel load a device by the name of "AX88179 USB 3.0 to Gigabit Ethernet". So I went looking on the internet, thinking if I could find the driver and install it on my mac, I could get it work. I found the USB-C driver here:

For those that are scratching your head trying to figure out why your USB-C Ethernet adapter is not working maybe that could help. It did for me.

View Using PHP ZTS (Zend Thread Safety) module and pthreads on PHP7 Webstatic Repo (Centos-RHEL).md


sudo -s


rpm -Uvh
rpm -Uvh
View Starting
dzdo -s
cd /usr/bin
zookeeper-server-start -daemon /etc/kafka/
kafka-server-start -daemon /etc/kafka/
schema-registry-start -daemon /etc/schema-registry/

# toping
dzdo -s

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