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NixOS on ARM: now with more ARM! — Support: AArch64 is supported and cached; armv6 and armv7 are best effort, without any official cache. — Documentation: https://nixos.wiki/wiki/NixOS_on_ARM — Community build box: https://github.com/nix-community/aarch64-build-box → build box status: https://status.nixos.org/grafana/d/5LANB9pZk/per-instance-metrics?orgId=1&refresh=30s&var-instance=147.75.77.190 —86 Servers

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22 Oct 2021
@k900:0upti.meK900It was pretty decent19:19:53
@samueldr:matrix.orgsamueldr(I just had to pun it)19:19:59
@samueldr:matrix.orgsamueldryeah, haswell on Linux is still perfectly usable19:20:18
@fedx:matrix.orgfedxMy main computer is Tiger Lake, so pretty new. 19:20:39
@fedx:matrix.orgfedxNot sure if I could call it stable...19:21:19
@fedx:matrix.orgfedx
In reply to @k900:0upti.me
https://gitea.artixlinux.org/packagesN/nginx-openrc/src/branch/master/trunk/nginx.initd
I first saw that and thought "oh its just long, how bad could it be..." That is so insanely convoluted!
19:23:12
@k900:0upti.meK900That's an OK one19:23:46
@k900:0upti.meK900All things considered19:23:48
@k900:0upti.meK900As in I've seen way, way, WAY worse19:23:52
@fedx:matrix.orgfedxIs there anything wrong with just using Cron? 19:24:31
@k900:0upti.meK900Not really19:24:35
@k900:0upti.meK900Like19:24:40
@k900:0upti.meK900Using cron as a service manager, bad19:24:45
@k900:0upti.meK900Using cron as a scheduled task runner, totally fine19:24:51
@fedx:matrix.orgfedxNo, just a scheduler. Wondering because I have heard Systemd user is better for that. 19:25:29
@qyliss:fairydust.spaceAlyssa Rosscron can even notify you if things go wrong19:26:09
@fedx:matrix.orgfedxAh, nice. 19:26:41
@fedx:matrix.orgfedxI should make a cron module for home-manager. 19:27:00
@qyliss:fairydust.spaceAlyssa Ross(it'll email you output of your job if it produces it, which you can use for error notification)19:27:06
@k900:0upti.meK900I've had an extremely convoluted systemd setup with OnFail triggers to do the same thing19:27:13
@k900:0upti.meK900But it was very overengineered19:27:20
@k900:0upti.meK900And probably a bad idea19:27:29
@qyliss:fairydust.spaceAlyssa RossI really wish systemd would grow this feature19:27:38
@elvishjerricco:matrix.orgElvishJerricco
In reply to @k900:0upti.me
I've had an extremely convoluted systemd setup with OnFail triggers to do the same thing
Recent systemd versions have the ability to add drop-ins for entire unit types. So /etc/systemd/system/service.d/fail.conf could have an OnFailure=... thing to apply to all services
19:28:18
@qyliss:fairydust.spaceAlyssa Rossif you're going to be a kitchen sink at least commit to it and do something useful with it, you know? :P19:28:22
@qyliss:fairydust.spaceAlyssa Rosselvishjerricco: oh that's exciting19:28:39
@k900:0upti.meK900
In reply to @elvishjerricco:matrix.org
Recent systemd versions have the ability to add drop-ins for entire unit types. So /etc/systemd/system/service.d/fail.conf could have an OnFailure=... thing to apply to all services
Yeah that was before that
19:28:45
@k900:0upti.meK900And now I just have Grafana instead19:28:49
@elvishjerricco:matrix.orgElvishJerricco I did try unit.d though, and apparently you can't use it for super-types like that 19:29:09
@fedx:matrix.orgfedx
In reply to @qyliss:fairydust.space
if you're going to be a kitchen sink at least commit to it and do something useful with it, you know? :P
Absolutely.
19:29:13

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