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$ sysctl dev.cpu | grep temperature
dev.cpu.7.temperature: 42.0C
dev.cpu.6.temperature: 42.0C
dev.cpu.5.temperature: 44.0C
dev.cpu.4.temperature: 44.0C
dev.cpu.3.temperature: 44.0C
dev.cpu.2.temperature: 44.0C
dev.cpu.1.temperature: 45.0C
dev.cpu.0.temperature: 45.0C

Several weeks after moving the rack to the basement, today I set, via IPMI, the CPU fans to full power. CPU temps under load dropped from about 61-63C to 47-53C.

This has been on my list for ages. Remembering the task when I'm in front a keyboard was the issue.

A milestone for me this week. I used plperl for the first time. The function will convert a glob to a regex on @FreshPorts

Controller software update 5.8.28 is now available

/cc @feld

I'm running a testport now.

[dan@unifi01:~] $ pkg query -e '% = 0' %o | sort

If you are just getting started with poudriere, you only need to list the top-level ports in your build list.

man pkq-query shows how to get that list:

pkg query -e '% = 0' %o

I pipe that through sort and then build only those ports. For example, this is what I have in the jail which runs Uquibity's Unifi Controller:

I build for both i386 and amd64, because I still have that one i386 host which has been around for year.

Right now, I'm building for FreeBSD 11.2 because I just upgraded a host to 11.2, and sadly, I have not learned my lessons of the past: always upgrade the build host first (i.e. the one which builds poudriere).

As a result of not doing that, I have gone too far and is down because the database can't find a shared lib.

I've used poudriere since at least early 2014. I started off by building everything required in one big repo. Now I've started breaking things up into different repos. Some hosts use one repo, some use another. Why? Because some hosts use very large monolithic packages.

Packages such as net-mgmt/unifi5 which uses mongodb and openjdk. They can take hours to build. Yes, I will be duplicating the same package across multiple repos.

If you have a device 9.25" wide and it has rack-type ears for mounting, what devices exist to allow that to be vertically wall mounted? I've found some 19" wide solutions.

Todays goal: make a list of network cables I need and order them from @monoprice

Secondary goal: make this the last time I order more cables related to the rack moving to the basement.

Todays goal: make a list of network cables I need and order them from @monoprice

Secondary goal: make this the last time I order more cables related to the rack moving to the basement.

The @pfsense firewall has been relocated to the basement. It went smoothly as all the VLAN ports were preconfigured before I went down to the rack.

Compare the before and after pics.

It's a scam. Don't fall for it. They have nothing on you.

The link is an example of the email. Don't pay.

I received a new type of scam email today. I had heard of it but had not received it before.

In the subject was my username and password from a website. No doubt, it was obtained from a security breach. They know the email address associated with the login details. That is their key to the scam.

Those credentials haven't been used in a long time.

The email then attempts to blackmail you into paying them or details of your activities, including video, will be released to the public.

The back-ordered SM LC fiber cables from @Fiberstore arrived today. The 2m cables are for the living room UniFi. US-8-150W switch. The 5m cables are for the basement US-48 switch . I still need to install cable ducting in the basement before using these.

Lessons in how not to network.

This is a temporary configuration until I move the firewall/gateway pfSense box down into the rack.

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