83% iowait time. Something really isn't happy :(
It's so frustrating that #kubernetes tries to do a chown recursively every time a pod starts up if you have fsGroup set. For a volume with a very large amount of files (eg minio!), it means the pod will take ages to start up.
Seriously, I had never even heard Edward Colston's name before his statue was toppled, rolled through the streets, and dumped into the water at the same docks where his slave ships used to be moored.
He will not be missed. Anyone who claims his statue was of historical importance is fooling themselves.
It's amazing to see how different the experience is when switching from a spinning disk to an SSD.
My dad's desktop started to play up and I noticed that it had a crap load of SMART errors on the hard drive,. I haven't really looked at his computer in a very long time, so basic maintenance was very over due. I replaced the disk with with a shiny new Samsung 860 EVO SSD.
It's made such a huge difference, and to be honest before switching it, I didn't feel like his computer was "slow".
Finally got my #kubernetes cluster back up. All I wanted to do was upgrade kubernetes, and add a few nodes with Fedora CoreOS, but it exploded in my face. Switched back to CentOS 7 for now.
Self-proclaimed genius, and ruler of the Internet. System admin the rest of the time.
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