Finally I restarted the Vm tried again and just worked: bosh releases
------+----------+-------------+ | Name | Versions | Commit Hash | +------+----------+-------------+ | cf | 145 | 41733e43+ | +------+----------+-------------+ (+) Uncommitted changes
Releases total: 1
So, we uploaded our bosh release cloud foundry, now we need a deploy manifest: ./scripts/make_manifest
Director Name Bosh Lite Director …
Whatever you do, in a real business, all of these things are unlikely to help you to launch features faster.
Adding a new feature encompasses a lot more than just sitting down and writing some code:
First you need to figure out what the feature is...
…3.5, so that installingon them requires a reboot. This makes provisioning a VM to be significantly more painful than it should be.
Theboxes that we're releasing also come with a bigger virtual hard disk (40 GB) so that you don't have to worry about running out of disk space inside your VM.
The Vagrant boxes can be found here:
Please feel free to link to them from your.
…, got trapped into an implementation detail that made it a pathological case for the VM.
Picking Up the Trash
Generally, refc binaries memory leaks can be solved in a few different ways:
call garbage collection manually at given intervals (icky);
manually track binary sizes and force GC , which defeats the purpose of having garbage collection in the first place and may do a worse job than the VM's virtual binary heap;
stop using binaries (not desirable);
or add …
Then lets create a new folder and create our vagrant VM
using the box that we just already added: mkdir testing-warden-on-debian cd testing-warden-on-debian vagrant init debian-wheezy64
Now we are ready to start installing warden in the VM: vagrant ssh sudo apt-get install -y build-essential debootstrap quota
Edit fstab and add this line: sudo vi /etc/fstab cgroup /sys/fs/cgroup cgroup defaults 0 0
Now clone the warden repo and checkout the add-debian-rootfs
branch firstname.lastname@example.org:Altoros/warden.git …
…multiple applications were being generated on the same VM host. We migrated all of our VM instances to a new host and our environment returned to normal within minutes.
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At MultiPlan, we utilize a centralized web service to handle authentication requests and these requests occur between all layers of our application. One morning a server that handled authentication requests was functional, but performing slowly. And as a result, all of our applications were experiencing …
…reduced price, these instances aren't actually "reserved". There isn't a dormant VM sitting idle, waiting for you to provision it. This is due to the affinity of the RI to the AZ name, and means you'll still get the normal number of out of capacity errors.
You also can't hard-code AZ names in your deploy scripts if those scripts are shared across sub-accounts - for one out of five of those accounts, the named AZ will be the dead one. You must use the …
…can't simulate our full environment locally, but lets just look at the time to start a single VM using Vagrant: $time vagrant up Bringing machine 'default' up with 'virtualbox' provider... [default] Importing base box 'squeeze64-ruby193'... ... [default] Booting VM... [default] Waiting for VM to boot. This can take a few minutes. ...
That's over a minute and a half to start a single image. What if I need to make a simple config change …
We try to use fixtures as much as possible. We write little scenarios with them to make tests easier to understand. Paul might be a pro account holder who has paid his bills the last two years, but unfortunately missed a payment this month because his credit card expired.
Using small scenarios like this reduce the chance of someone messing up tests by using the wrong …
In a virtual environment, CPU cycles are shared across virtual machines on the server. If your VM displays a high %st in top (steal time), this means CPU cycles are being taken away from your VM to serve other purposes. You may be using more than your share of CPU resources or the physical server may be over-sold. Move the VM to another physical server. If steal time remains high, try giving the VM more CPU resources.