Debugging Azure DevOps CI pipelines remotely can be difficult and time consuming. Sometimes it’s much easier to connect to the pipeline agent, test your workflow manually and then modify azure-pipelines.yml. But unlike some 3rd party Github Actions, Azure DevOps did not have this capability. At least up until today.
Learn how to use Apache as SSL termination proxy in front of Varnish. Also fix Letsencrypt’s certification renewal problems when used in this kind of setup.
You will get in a lot of Apache trouble (error: AH01630) when you try to move a virtual host home directory out of the configured server home directory (lets say you want it placed in your home directory). This is the quickest and most hustle free solution for that problem.
This short tutorial will show you how to setup one of the little intricacies when developing in VirtualBox, namely being able to store and edit your code in the host machine, while running it inside the guest OS. Will be using CentOS 7 as a guest, while the host is not of any importance.
I will also show you how to make the VirtualBox guest accessible to the host via TCP.
This particular container setup let the developers code on the host (in a docker volume) while seamlessly executing the code in the container, solving the issues with file ownership and permissions. No Samba/NFS tweaks are necessary on both the host and docker box. No hassle with Docker namespaces is also needed.
When doing devops work one of the many responsibilities you might have is creation of various installation or deployment scripts. They can be created in any scripting language, starting from the standard bash script to various server side languages (Perl, Read more…
Windows guest in Virtualbox won’t increase the resolution beyond 1024×768… or any other for that matter
Here in Macedonia we have a saying (rough translation): The cure is cheap, but you have to know it. The truth behind this saying was revealed to me this morning when I finally found out what I had to do Read more…
For some time I’ve been a fan of NPR (npr.org) hosted radio shows and podcasts. But recently I’ve stumbled upon one of their jewels which I found to be extremely beneficial. It’s called “How I built this” and each episode Read more…