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2024-01-01

Xu Pengfei avatar
Xu Pengfei

https://kcl-lang.io/blog/2023-12-25-ten-ways-for-kubernetes-config-management Today’s reading. 《10 Ways for Kubernetes Declarative Configuration Management》. How much do you know about these? Welcome to add more comments.

10 Ways for Kubernetes Declarative Configuration Management | KCL programming language.

Kubernetes has become the de facto standard for managing containerized applications. However, with its widespread adoption, the complexity of managing its configuration has also increased. To address this complexity, Kubernetes’ declarative configuration management model has emerged to simplify this process. In this article, we will explore what Kubernetes declarative configuration is, why it is necessary, and the various ways it can be managed.

2024-01-02

Michael avatar
Michael

If there are any other Vim fans out there, I wrote a little article on configuring autocompletion for Terraform if anyone is interested! https://dev.to/rosesecurity/boost-your-productivity-with-terraform-autocompletion-in-vim-4lik

Boost Your Productivity with Terraform Autocompletion in Vimattachment image

Pure Vim Every so often, when the struggle of jumping between IDE windows, tabs, and…

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Hao Wang avatar
Hao Wang

Is there an alternative for Neovim or Helix?

Boost Your Productivity with Terraform Autocompletion in Vimattachment image

Pure Vim Every so often, when the struggle of jumping between IDE windows, tabs, and…

Hao Wang avatar
Hao Wang

I used vi for >20 years but found Neovim is really good with Lua

Michael avatar
Michael

There is! The docs here explain how to configure it, but I have not fully explored it

Usage of Terraform Language Server

This guide assumes you have installed the server by following instructions
in the README.md if that is applicable to your client
(i.e. if the client doesn’t download the server itself).

The following filetypes are supported by the Terraform Language Server:

terraform - standard *.tf config files • terraform-vars - variable files (*.tfvars)

NOTE Clients should be configured to follow the above language ID conventions
and do not send *.tf.json, *.tfvars.json nor Packer HCL config
nor any other HCL config files as the server is not
equipped to handle these file types.

In most clients with a dedicated Terraform extension/plugin this is
already the default configuration, so you should not need to worry about it.

Instructions for popular IDEs are below and pull requests
for updates or addition of more IDEs are welcomed.

See also settings to understand
how you may configure the settings.

Workspaces / Folders / Files

Most editors support opening folders. Such a root folder is commonly referred to
as “workspace”. Opening folders is always preferred over individual files
as it allows the language server to index the whole folder and keep track
of changes more easily. We do however support “single-file mode” which provides
limited IntelliSense.

Indexing enables IntelliSense related to module blocks,
such as go-to-definition, completion of module.* references,
or workspace-wide symbol lookup.

The server will not index any folders or files above the workspace root
initially opened in the editor.

Emacs

If you are using use-package, you can put this in the init.el
file to install lsp-mode:

(use-package lsp-mode
  :ensure t
  :hook ((terraform-mode . lsp-deferred)))

There are various other ways to install lsp-mode and they are
documented here.

The lsp-mode language client for Terraform supports various features
like semantic tokens, code lens for references etc. There is more
detailed documentation here.

IntelliJ IDE

• Install LSP Support plugin • Open Settings • Go to Languages & Frameworks → Language Server Protocol → Server Definitions • Pick Executable • set Extension to tf • set Path to terraform-ls • set Args to serve • Confirm by clicking Apply

Please note that the Terraform plugin
provides overlapping functionality (and more features at the time of writing).
As a result having both enabled at the same time may result in suboptimal UX,
such as duplicate completion candidates.

Sublime Text

• Install the LSP package • Install the LSP-terraform package

Vim / NeoVim coc.nvim

• Install the coc.nvim plugin • Add the following snippet to the coc-setting.json file (editable via :CocConfig in NeoVim)

{
	"languageserver": {
		"terraform": {
			"command": "terraform-ls",
			"args": ["serve"],
			"filetypes": [
				"terraform",
				"tf"
			],
			"initializationOptions": {},
			"settings": {}
		}
	}
}

Make sure to read through the example vim configuration of the plugin, especially key remapping, which is required for completion to work correctly:

" Use <c-space> to trigger completion.
inoremap <silent><expr> <c-space> coc#refresh()

vim-lsp

Install the following plugins: • async.vim pluginvim-lsp pluginasyncomplete.vim pluginasyncomplete-lsp.vim plugin • Add the following to your .vimrc:

if executable('terraform-ls')
    au User lsp_setup call lsp#register_server({
        \ 'name': 'terraform-ls',
        \ 'cmd': {server_info->['terraform-ls', 'serve']},
        \ 'whitelist': ['terraform'],
        \ })
endif

LanguageClient-neovim

• Install the LanguageClient-neovim plugin • Add the following to your .vimrc:

let g:LanguageClient_serverCommands = {
    \ 'terraform': ['terraform-ls', 'serve'],
    \ }

Neovim v0.5.0+

• Install the nvim-lspconfig plugin • Add the following to your .vimrc or init.vim:

lua <<EOF
  require'lspconfig'.terraformls.setup{}
EOF
autocmd BufWritePre *.tfvars lua vim.lsp.buf.formatting_sync()
autocmd BufWritePre *.tf lua vim.lsp.buf.formatting_sync()

• If you are using init.lua:

require'lspconfig'.terraformls.setup{}
vim.api.nvim_create_autocmd({"BufWritePre"}, {
  pattern = {"*.tf", "*.tfvars"},
  callback = vim.lsp.buf.formatting_sync(),
})

Neovim v0.8.0+

• Install the nvim-lspconfig plugin • Add the following to your .vimrc or init.vim:

lua <<EOF
  require'lspconfig'.terraformls.setup{}
EOF
autocmd BufWritePre *.tfvars lua vim.lsp.buf.format()
autocmd BufWritePre *.tf lua vim.lsp.buf.format()

• If you are using init.lua:

require'lspconfig'.terraformls.setup{}
vim.api.nvim_create_autocmd({"BufWritePre"}, {
  pattern = {"*.tf", "*.tfvars"},
  callback = function()
    vim.lsp.buf.format()
  end,
})

Make sure to read through to server_configurations.md#terraformls if you need more detailed settings.

VS Code

• Install Terraform VS Code Extension >=2.24.0 • Latest compatible version of the language server is bundled with the extension • See Configuration in case you need to tweak anything. Default settings should work for majority of users though.

BBEdit

BBEdit 14 added support for the Language Server Protocol so you’ll need to upgrade to version 14 to use; this won’t work for older versions of BBEdit.

• Open Preferences > Languages • In Language-specific settings section, add an entry for Terraform • In the Server tab, Set Command to terraform-ls and Arguments to serve • Once you’ve correctly installed terraform-ls and configured BBEdit, the status indicator on this settings panel will flip to green • If you’d like to pass any settings to the server you can do so via the Arguments field.

Kate

KDE Kate editor supports LSP and is user configurable.

• Install the terraform-ls package (or the equivalent package name appropriate to your distro) • Open Kate configuration (Settings Menu -> Configure Kate or Kate -> Preferences on macOS) • Select LSP Client in the left pane • Select User Server Settings tab • Paste the following JSON and Save:

{
  "servers": {
    "terraform": {
      "command": ["terraform-ls", "serve"],
      "url": "<https://github.com/hashicorp/terraform-ls>",
      "highlightingModeRegex": "^Terraform$",
      "rootIndicationFileNames": ["*.tf", "*.tfvars"]
    }
  }
}

• Restart of the editor should not be necessary.

Hao Wang avatar
Hao Wang

awesome

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Sami avatar

Neat

ag4ve.us avatar
ag4ve.us
Adventures in Systemd

Actions were done as root. Prompts are $ instead of # to differenciate between comments in the output.

Hao Wang avatar
Hao Wang

this is interesting

Adventures in Systemd

Actions were done as root. Prompts are $ instead of # to differenciate between comments in the output.

Michael avatar
Michael

@Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse) (and office hours) inspired me to write a tool that ingests the latest trends in the cybersecurity and cloud technologies from Reddit and a few RSS feeds, outputting the information to markdown files, a basic web app, and even the terminal. I would love to incorporate some AI with the tool to trim down the content and extract the most exciting and impactful news, but here is the first iteration, and I hope it provides some benefits!

RoseSecurity/CloudPulse

A tool to curate compelling news on cloud technologies and cybersecurity. By aggregating information from RSS feeds and Reddit, it identifies the most noteworthy and impactful updates in the tech industry.

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Allan Swanepoel avatar
Allan Swanepoel

there are so many - i did this for security related stuff on https://dstif.io

Dragon Security Threat Intelligence Feed

Please be aware that the feed aggregator is an automated bot, and sometimes duplication happens. We apologise for it in advance. Should you wish to report …

Michael avatar
Michael

This is a great reference! Thanks!

managedkaos avatar
managedkaos

nice app! the best part for me is the introduction to streamlit. that’s a sweet app builder!

Michael avatar
Michael

Streamlit is a lifesaver!

2024-01-03

2024-01-04

Xu Pengfei avatar
Xu Pengfei
https://medium.com/@xpf6677/kcl-biweekly-newsletter-crossplane-kcl-integration-905c724b095f KCL Biweekly NewsletterCrossplane KCL Integration is Out! Welcome to read and provide feedback.
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Use KCL to write Crossplane Composition Functions

Alex Atkinson avatar
Alex Atkinson

I made a version of my TLD flyover script that iterates the top 1000 (depends on input list) subdomains. May be useful to anyone doing any sort of investigatory work against a web property. https://gist.github.com/AlexAtkinson/ba5162a4f945321943f756d398fe6084

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2024-01-05

2024-01-09

Zing avatar

how’s everyone handling AMIs these days? We use karpenter, and would like to leverage the drift detection feature for seamless patching (seems to work well) , but historically we’ve used a TF managed image builder pipeline to spit out new AMIs on a scheduled basis with our bootstrapping apps and then karpenter picks up the new AMIs via a tf data source lookup. It’s not that efficient

Hao Wang avatar
Hao Wang

if the AMI changes too often, I don’t think it is good to use golden image, each time recycling images is time-consuming

Zing avatar

it changes about once a month

Zing avatar

thinking about doing once a week soon though

Hao Wang avatar
Hao Wang

once a week is not too often, each recycle may take 20-30 minutes or more depending the size of node group

Hao Wang avatar
Hao Wang

in non-prod env, can automate the recycle

Zing avatar

yeah I guess my question is more around the best way for karpenter to “discover” new AMIs

Zing avatar

right now it’s a SSM parameter lookup for the AMI id

Hao Wang avatar
Hao Wang

yeah looks it is a good practice, AWS uses SSM for AMI id

Ron avatar

Hello, help a noob out, I’ve been trying to get my head around trunk based development, and I don’t get what’s the perspective of a QA developing new end to end tests for a particular feature in that model, how are devs coordinating with QAs so that feature doesn’t pass without getting properly tested ? If the project is complex for the QAs to run locally they might need a qa environment so they can test their end to end tests right ?

Chris Wahl avatar
Chris Wahl

Typically the e2e integration, smoke, and journey tests are placed in the pipeline such that developers (who should ideally have QAs or QEs on their pod/team) get the feedback automatically. I add test creation work to the acceptance criteria of the user story itself and count it as part of the story points.

simplepoll avatar
simplepoll
02:59:07 AM

What tool do you recommend for Database Performance Monitoring?

2024-01-15

2024-01-17

Cedric Meury avatar
Cedric Meury

Hey folks, has anyone inquired about or bought a Teleport enterprise license? What pricing can be expected compared to the team version?

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Matt K avatar

Hi Everyone! We’ve built a container orchestration / infra management platform to simplify DevOps and that can replace tools like K8s, Heroku, etc. We know it’s bold, but i’d be happy to chat more or show a demo to anyone who’s struggling with K8s complexity or the Heroku ceiling. Feel free to check out our website below

Home | Cycle.io | The LowOps Container Orchestration Platformattachment image

Cycle is the leading LowOps platform built to streamline hybrid infrastructure management and container orchestration.

2024-01-18

sheldonh avatar
sheldonh

Really stoked to see how dagger progresses in the next year…. Considering cloudposses passion for dockerized “run anywhere” with the toolchains, this will be exciting to you in the future I think.

sheldonh avatar
sheldonh

What it could look like? Have docker installed and dagger cli…. no python, no go, nothing else I think.

dagger mod install [github.com/sagikazarmark/daggerverse/golangci-lint@529f3851c888078bf519ca7683d48b053f2f0100](http://github.com/sagikazarmark/daggerverse/golangci-lint@529f3851c888078bf519ca7683d48b053f2f0100) • Then invoke go linting and toolchain simply by dagger call -m "[github.com/sagikazarmark/daggerverse/golangci-lint@main](http://github.com/sagikazarmark/daggerverse/golangci-lint@main)" --help. Their early access list https://daggerverse.dev/ Helm, go builds, linting, kafka, trufflehog, apk, and more….

Each one of these could be written in Go, Python, Typescript… etc. You wouldn’t care. The entire experience is wrapped up in the dagger engine (in buildkit) so no dependencies locally other than if you needed to pass in auth (though they have secrets management integrations too).

Anyway, just a fan of where they are going. Love the concept that in the future an huge library of this stuff could all be written in a mix of common languages yet put into any pipeline without worries about environmental setup/conflicts, and other things we all have to deal with.

Might be a while before it’s ready for production use, but cool to see where it’s going

Daggerverse

Find modules built by the Dagger community, or publish your own.

sheldonh avatar
sheldonh

My personal win using their SDK was building a Go pipeline that was mage release and it wrapped up Goreleaser in buildkit with C++ requirements included for CGO_ENABLED=1. It would let you build the same way on windows, mac, or linux, and self contained all the dependencies. Was tricky to work through but pretty cool to see at the end!

Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse) avatar
Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse)

Looks really cool

Xu Pengfei avatar
Xu Pengfei
https://medium.com/@xpf6677/kcl-biweekly-newsletter-v0-7-4-released-3b89987d831d KCL Biweekly NewsletterKCL v0.7.4 Released! All feedback is welcomed and appreciated!
KCL Biweekly Newsletter | v0.7.4 Released!attachment image

KCL is a constraint-based record and functional language hosted by Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) that enhances the writing of…

Alex Atkinson avatar
Alex Atkinson

Does anyone know of a browser plugin that can do spellcheck in a github gist? The Microsoft Editor plugin doesn’t work there.

Gabriela Campana (Cloud Posse) avatar
Gabriela Campana (Cloud Posse)

@Dan Miller (Cloud Posse)

Dan Miller (Cloud Posse) avatar
Dan Miller (Cloud Posse)

I believe Grammarly would do that. Although now they have limited free tier options

Alex Atkinson avatar
Alex Atkinson

Ah, that’s how it goes. Make a good thing then paywall it after adoption and refinement feedback from a wide audience. More and more I’m missing 1990s internet. :)

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Dan Miller (Cloud Posse) avatar
Dan Miller (Cloud Posse)

Yeah exactly. If you find a better free option let me know

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admc avatar

Hi folks, we are tuning a product offering around better operational docs (stateful.com). If any platform/sre/devops engineers would be willing to talk to me, I would really appreciate it!

venkata.mutyala avatar
venkata.mutyala

This looks cool. Feel free to send me a DM.

2024-01-23

sheldonh avatar
sheldonh

How many of you distribute a developer experience style cli internally as a dockerized image like how geodesic is distributed? A little story on it?

Something that’s used by multiple teams with different tech stacks?

sheldonh avatar
sheldonh

I love go and cross platform clis. I noticed though that with a mixed diverse toolchain a docker image does give a lot more flexibility especially if a mix of Go, python, or other runtimes.

I like single purpose tools but the cognitive load for folks not living on the terminal is harder than a single tool to call. I’m curious how many distribute more of an interactive/multipurpose tool for platform, company automation, or other actions as a docker image.

Feels like this area gets messy as multipurpose tools like that can sorta start crossing over into an entry level attempt at perhaps PaaS and what might be better as an api service, internal web portal, etc.

Got me thinking and would enjoy hearing about anything that’s been popular where you work.

Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse) avatar
Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse)

This relates to Mage and how you use it?

sheldonh avatar
sheldonh

Related but not exactly. Not repo level but more general company/platform stuff.

You could do that in mage but it wouldn’t be the best tool for that as it’s more like repo level make stuff.

Thinking of other general automation folks might have done like geodesic packaged everything up, or single binary platform engineering tools that do more.

Cool to see things like digital oceans cli for example

Alex Atkinson avatar
Alex Atkinson

Ugh. PHP and devtools vs build once deploy many postures. Do people build both the nonprod and prod versions at the same time to mitigate software supply chain issues such as dependency chain drift? Or do people still build at deploy time for php without worrying that it invalidates sdlc investments such as testing against other builds….?

Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse) avatar
Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse)

Maybe a good #office-hours discussion

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2024-01-24

2024-01-26

Maycon Santos avatar
Maycon Santos

Hello folks, I am configuring a greeter bot for new joiners in my Slack community. I would like to know if the one used in this workspace is open-source. Does anyone know?

Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse) avatar
Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse)

We use Zapier

Maycon Santos avatar
Maycon Santos

Cool

Maycon Santos avatar
Maycon Santos

Thanks @Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse)

Maycon Santos avatar
Maycon Santos

unfortunately, it doesn’t have a straight way to send messages to new channel joiners. Luckily, there is a nice Go package, and we used that to create a bot on our side. You can see the code here if you find it useful: https://github.com/netbirdio/netbird-slack-greeter

netbirdio/netbird-slack-greeter
Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse) avatar
Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse)

Not sure what to say, other than we use it still

Maycon Santos avatar
Maycon Santos

no worries, I was just sharing the code at this point

2024-01-27

2024-01-29

Aleksei Khudiakov avatar
Aleksei Khudiakov

Do I need to report hiring spam DMs somehow? It is in announcements so I guess it is handled already

Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse) avatar
Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse)

Hey @Aleksei Khudiakov - really sorry about that. Yes, it’s handled now

Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse) avatar
Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse)

Definitely let me know if it happens again. People can sign up under multiple email addresses to abuse the system.

Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse) avatar
Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse)

alert Please be wary of any blockchain companies (e.g., okx online) engaging in hiring spam. This is against our Code of Conduct.

Michael avatar
Michael

Hypothetically, how difficult would it be to repurpose Geodesic and Atmos with GCP functionality? Thinking about expanding some of those capabilities for some home projects!

Andriy Knysh (Cloud Posse) avatar
Andriy Knysh (Cloud Posse)

Atmos does not know anything about AWS, if you can use the context variables namespace, tenant, environment and stage with GCP, and you have Terraform components that use GCP resources, you can use Atmos (b/c Atmos generates vars for the TF resources, but Terraform assumes all the roles (to the cloud and to the backend) and provisions all the resources)

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Andriy Knysh (Cloud Posse) avatar
Andriy Knysh (Cloud Posse)

Geodesic does not care about AWS as well except for the assume-role functionality. If you implement that by yourself for GCP in the container (e.g. shell script), you could use Geodesic

Andriy Knysh (Cloud Posse) avatar
Andriy Knysh (Cloud Posse)

I might be missing something, or something else will need to be changed, but that’s what comes to mind

Michael avatar
Michael

That’s what I figured since Atmos is extensible with the custom commands. I might have to give it a go.

Michael avatar
Michael

Thanks for that answer!

Andriy Knysh (Cloud Posse) avatar
Andriy Knysh (Cloud Posse)

note that for Atmos to be used with GCP, you don’t need custom commands. You can use custom commands for other things like creating a command to execute a script to assume roles for GCP, etc.

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Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse) avatar
Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse)

They are being used already for that by @jose.amengual and his team

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Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse) avatar
Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse)
slalombuild/terraform-atmos-accelerator

An opinionated, multi-cloud, multi-region, best-practice accelerator for Terraform.

jose.amengual avatar
jose.amengual

yes, we have tried this already and used cloudposse null label with Google GCP official modules to create this components

Andriy Knysh (Cloud Posse) avatar
Andriy Knysh (Cloud Posse)

super

jose.amengual avatar
jose.amengual

you can use our repo as a base

Andriy Knysh (Cloud Posse) avatar
Andriy Knysh (Cloud Posse)

@jose.amengual are you using geodesic to work with GCP/Azure, or you run another container, or just on the host? (the question is mostly about assuming roles)

jose.amengual avatar
jose.amengual

we are not using geodesic, we created a geodesic like container that is very basic

jose.amengual avatar
jose.amengual

The assume role of magic has not been coded in those components, so that will have to be codified

Michael avatar
Michael

I was playing around with this last night to get the assume role magic coded into the prompt. If you ever want to sync offline, feel free to reach out

2024-01-30

Alex Atkinson avatar
Alex Atkinson

What are folks using for multi-device file syncing these days? Dropbox Offline Folders are paid only now, and pCloud doesn’t have a FS mount in Android (raaage).

venkata.mutyala avatar
venkata.mutyala

I just use iCloud or google drive. But I have heard good things about this: https://syncthing.net/

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Sami avatar

I use mega.nz for my personal use. It’s great and they have Linux CLI tools that you have setup.

Alex Atkinson avatar
Alex Atkinson

Oh Mega. I remember when Kim DotCom launched that.

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10002
ikar avatar

I use syncthing for syncing 2 linux machines and my phone. Pretty handy for my use case: few PDF files, some MP3s and vim-encrypted passwords

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silopolis avatar
silopolis

NextCloud instance on shared hosting, brings a bunch of other nice features together with file sharing. Many hosters have one click installs and auto-update if you don’t want to spend time on it.

Cedric Meury avatar
Cedric Meury

syncthing as well, as my main hub I use my synology at home, then sync different folders as desired/necessary to personal and work devices, and android phone as well. works quite well

rprather avatar
rprather

Another vote for Syncthing - I use it on multiple Windows, Mac, and Linux machines.

Joe Niland avatar
Joe Niland

I use Resilio Sync

Alex Atkinson avatar
Alex Atkinson

Ah, Resilio looks so good until reading android reviews from this year. I’ll still check it out though. Syncthing looks good so far.

Joe Niland avatar
Joe Niland

I use android. Where can I read these reviews?

Joe Niland avatar
Joe Niland

Btw I mostly use it to sync my Obsidian Vault. Was using it for music but Plexamp got around that.

Alex Atkinson avatar
Alex Atkinson

On the play store. That’s exactly what I’m looking for. Hopefully it works.

Joe Niland avatar
Joe Niland

Hmm tbh most of those seem like user issues. It works ok but it is not a ‘simple’ product.

Joe Niland avatar
Joe Niland

I might actually try syncthing soon and compare

Joe Niland avatar
Joe Niland

It seems Resilio Sync didn’t play well with Obsidian. It seemed to delete a bunch of files when I restructured my folders.

It also couldn’t sync a couple of files and there was no easy way to see which ones they were.

I switched over to syncthing and it seems to be a lot more usable. I’ll see how reliable it is for Obsidian.

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Alex Atkinson avatar
Alex Atkinson

I’ve got it all working nicely with Syncthing.

• Mobile: Syncthing >> Local Directory (ie: Documents/Obsidian)

• Linux Host: Syncthing >> pCloud directory. (ie: apps/Obsidian) Shared with the mobile device. With this, changes are reflected in the Obsidian vault within ~10s ish, which is fine. This isn’t a real-time chat app. This is how to get off evernote forever.

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Joe Niland avatar
Joe Niland

Cheers Alex. So far so good with Syncthing and sync time is a few seconds (local network) so not even noticeable for my use.

Are you using pCloud for additional backup/version history?

Alex Atkinson avatar
Alex Atkinson

Not really. Just to have it off-local. If I was getting serious I’d setup a cron to zip the dir and drop it on s3 or some place as a recovery option.

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Joe Niland avatar
Joe Niland

I have mine syncing to google drive and using Synology backup, which saved me when Sync deleted the files.

Alex Atkinson avatar
Alex Atkinson

Ah, synology is good stuff. Their lvm magic that lets you use any size disks together is nice.

Alex Atkinson avatar
Alex Atkinson

That sounds about as good as it gets without Enterprise money

Alex Atkinson avatar
Alex Atkinson

But even Nasa uses synology, so no snickering here. And it’s not like you’d ever use something like Pure Storage all flash array for this. :)

Joe Niland avatar
Joe Niland

Yep my Synology NAS has been great. Definitely recommend them.

2024-01-31

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