cloud · IBM Cloud · linux · power · PowerVS · ppc64le

ibmcloud powervs: get the email of a given powervs service owner

linux

ubuntu: authentication is required to create a color profile/managed device

This is a solution I found at https://devanswers.co/how-to-fix-authentication-is-required-to-create-a-color-profile-managed-device-on-ubuntu-20-04-20-10/ while trying to solve this annoying problem. Save it! “… Now reboot Ubuntu and try logging in again over RDP / Windows Remote Desktop and the popups should be gone ….“

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linux · openstack

openstack: delete unused volumes

aws · cloud · IBM Cloud · linux

ibm cloud: push files to an object storage with AWS CLI

cloud · container · IBM Cloud · linux · macos

docker: monitor the execution of N containers

I had to monitor the execution of N containers that were collecting data from multiple accounts at IBM Cloud. Here, each container is simulation the process to collect the data, one container per account:

cloud · container · docker · github actions · linux · power · ppc64le · x86_64

CICD: building multi-arch container images with GitHub Actions

The world is multi-arch and you can easily leverage it!

linux · PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL: iterate over all tables and calculate the avg for a given column

linux · openstack · ppc64le

ppc64le: installing openstack CLI on RHEL 8.x

aws · cloud · linux · power · ppc64le · python

cloud: aws cli on ppc64le

Do you work with AWS? Do you work with IBM Power? Do you need to work with AWS from IBM Power? He is how you can build and install the CLI on ppc64le. First things first: get a Power VM for FREE at Minicloud. Once you have you VM up and running you can start… Continue reading cloud: aws cli on ppc64le

container · docker · linux

docker: delete containers running for a long time

If you need to delete running containers based on their lifetime, this handy combination of commands can help you. It deletes all containers running for more than 2 hours. HOUR=2docker ps –filter “status=running” | grep hours | awk ‘{if ($4 >=$HOUR) print $1,”must be deleted”; system(“docker rm -f ” $1)}’