The direct download numbers I'm gathering via script for F19 seem way
off. So much so that I think I must be missing a good bit of data.
The script I'm using is attached. Can someone help me understand
where I might be missing relevant data? Looking through the entire
hosts log structure is kind of daunting but I'm thinking there might
have been some well-known change that moved a chunk of log data to a
place I'm not looking through.
Paul W. Frields http://paul.frields.org/
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Thanks Kevin -
I am travelling on business this week, but I hope to speak with the group
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> > My name is Tim (or tdk2fe on IRC) and i've been a linux admin for
> > just over 5 years now, but have been playing with it on my own since
> > high school. I've got a lot of experience in web servers,
> > provisioning, and day-do-day administrative things in an enterprise
> > setting (Primarily RedHat, but also CentOS, Suse, and some AIX).
> > Some of the tools I use regularly are python, VMWare ESXi (lots of
> > virtualization), Nagios, and a smorgasbord of home scripts for
> > various things.
> > I'd really like to get more hands-on with some of the public-facing
> > aspects of infrastructure. Professionally, there always seems like
> > there's another team responsible for it, so I think this would be a
> > great way to contribute to something I use all the time (Fedora)
> > while learning new things.
> > Look forward to working with the Fedora crew!
> Awesome. Welcome.
> Do drop by our next meeting (thursdays in #fedora-meeting on irc)
> and/or come by #fedora-admin and we can get you started.
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Greetings and salutations -
My name is Tim (or tdk2fe on IRC) and i've been a linux admin for just over
5 years now, but have been playing with it on my own since high school.
I've got a lot of experience in web servers, provisioning, and day-do-day
administrative things in an enterprise setting (Primarily RedHat, but also
CentOS, Suse, and some AIX). Some of the tools I use regularly are python,
VMWare ESXi (lots of virtualization), Nagios, and a smorgasbord of home
scripts for various things.
I'd really like to get more hands-on with some of the public-facing aspects
of infrastructure. Professionally, there always seems like there's another
team responsible for it, so I think this would be a great way to contribute
to something I use all the time (Fedora) while learning new things.
Look forward to working with the Fedora crew!
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My IRC handle is sheap.
Right now I'm working as an IT intern for SpaceX and going to university
for Information Systems. I have experience with Nagios, Linux, bash
scripting (as well as a little bit of python). These are all things that
I would like to work on/learn.
I will continue to scour the Tickets that are open to see if I can help
out with anything at the moment! I'm pretty much open to helping on any
type of system that the Fedora Infrastructure uses/needs help on!
Hi all. My name is Jairo Chaves Brenes from Costa Rica.
I'm new in the Fedora project, and I will like to contribute to this
My IRC handle: jchavesb
My skills: CCNA Complete (Not certified yet). I'm studying for the
RHCSA/RHCE exams for by myself, and then I will apply for the certification
exam, and I'm close to finish my system engineer career. I like to learn
more about servers, networking, bash scripting, python, clusters...
Now I'm working in tech support (tier 1) in a university, 3 years of
experience in this area.
I'm joining to Fedora because I like to use my time in a productive way
doing useful things, I like the open source software and the volunteer work.
I would like work in networking or servers, maintain the Team
Infrastructure wiki or things you consider relevant to an newbie.
I can contribute with 5-8 hours per week and if I got the permission of my
boss to use a couple of hours at a day when I have free time in my work, I
will do much more hours.
I'm ready to start from cero, do all my effort to learn about the project
and do my task in the best way.
PD: sorry my writing mistakes, if there are some, my english language
skills are rusty.
I'd like to run a session on irc next week on wed (2013-07-17) starting
at 19:00 UTC in #fedora-meeting-1
I'd like to go over what we have currently setup in ansible and how it
works, and then discuss things we need to implement moving forward /
how best to handle our migration.
Everyone interested welcome to attend.
The infrastructure team will be having it's weekly meeting tomorrow,
2013-07-11 at 19:00 UTC in #fedora-meeting on the freenode network.
#topic New folks introductions and Apprentice tasks.
If any new folks want to give a quick one line bio or any apprentices
would like to ask general questions, they can do so in this part of the
meeting. Don't be shy!
#topic Applications status / discussion
Check in on status of our applications: pkgdb, fas, bodhi, koji,
community, voting, tagger, packager, dpsearch, etc.
If there's new releases, bugs we need to work around or things to note.
#topic Sysadmin status / discussion
Here we talk about sysadmin related happenings from the previous week,
or things that are upcoming.
#topic Upcoming Tasks/Items
#topic Open Floor
Submit your agenda items, as tickets in the trac instance and send a
note replying to this thread.
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