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That make sense, because he says that he has ran it since 2005-2006 or something :)
I'll let my friend know about this, he runs one of the oldest relays in the world
2007-10-27 12:00:00 (11 years 48 days 4 hours 3 minutes and 54 seconds)
The Metrics Team (where I work) at Tor Project is hiring a third team member. We're looking for someone that will work with helping us design and refine systems for gathering and analyzing data. This can be a remote position.
I completely understand why you name it "GlusterFuck"... I have bad experience with Gluster too (slow as fuck)
I've written a blog post about measuring diversity in the Tor network https://blog.torproject.org/strength-numbers-measuring-diversity-tor-network
I have really great experience with Nutanix (HIC solution) actually, have you heard about them?
We have had 0 problems with our environment since we moved over to it from our more traditional environment.
Or even bandwith for the storage lol.
I have similar experiences
>What, you don't use google? But it's free!
>What, why don't you use whatsapp?
(deleted it right now after a few days of locking all non-running web access)
>Why do you pay for your cloud?
>Why do you download everything?
People call me paranoid when I'm just trying to have privacy in my own home. If I'm providing information, I wanna know who's asking.
No, for real?
I dont create websites :)
Solar powered micro datacenter in the work: the autonomous Datashedter ( need a better name, or sleep a bit more before naming things ... )
- 400W solar panels on top and a bunch of batteries for up to 4 days operations in the dark.
- Fiber uplink to main building.
- Wifi backup Uplink.
- the 3 Ham antennas in the picture are used for emergencies at crazy distances in case of all down in a 150-1000miles radius ( 1k miles is very very low bandwidth ofc ).
- DYI isolation in the work
- Moar shelves inside and probably power box overhaul.
- Migrating some services there ?
it should be fun to self host stuff :)
You can ask your boss nicely ;)
It can sure feel like it from time to time... :/
Reminder - backups is nice!
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