Recently I had a need to mount a CIFS volume as a docker volume: The summary is that I wanted to use photoview to index photos on my NAS. This led to a lot of google searching, which ultimately told me it was perfectly possible, but not a lot of...

rare 0.2.0 launches today, which brings numerous features, significantly better documentation, and some performance improvements. Key Changes New documentation site at rare.zdyn.net hosted by netlify, and generated via mkdocs, using same markdown that's embedded in rare Output match-data as json Numerous new expressions, including color-coding and custom rendering Arm64 support...

I have a lot of little sites. Probably too many. Includes various personal sites, sites for friends and family, and random projects I'm doing. They're scattered across the internet: Some are hosted here on my swarm, some on netlify, some on surge.sh.. and the list goes on. Google analytics is...

Following up from my original post introducing rare, I paused development for a bit as it suited my need for a while, but recently restarted as I felt like its biggest flaw was resolvable. What is rare? As a quick recap of the previous post, rare is a realtime regex...

After moving Traefik to v2, I also updated the common registry infrastructure. Namely, this stack has a UI infront of the registry, hosts the registry volume on an NFS store, and has an auto-garbage-collection image that runs once every 24 hours (With nothing fancier than some swarm config!) Docker Swarm...

After putting off the work for a year or so, I finally went through the effort to migrate my docker swarm to Traefik v2. There isn't anything by default that I needed, but I intended to migrate eventually, and it has some new features like TCP and UDP forwarding and...

I've been moving around a bit lately (Nowhere far... since COVID-19 and all), and have been leaning heavily on VS Code's Remote SSH Plugin. My network connection has been spotty, and have found that even though it's pretty good at not losing any of your code changes, that when I...

One thing that I've seen come up from time to time in my career is how to store product configuration data. This "product" data can drive various things: A/B tests we want to run, storing actual facts about our site, or about which SKU has which meaning and set of...

I don't know about you, but in my almost decade of software development a good chunk of my job has always been weeding through log files. I regularly need to get summarized metrics out of log files. There are some great tools you probably already know for the common search/discovery...

While managing my docker swarm, it has become apparent that I have a need to upload a set of files to a new or existing docker volume on a regular basis. I use this, for instance, to upload a new set of alerts to my prometheus node without needing to...