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Go is a programming language built to resemble a simplified version of the C programming language. It compiles at the machine level. Go was created at Google in 2007 by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson.

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mauriciopoppe
mauriciopoppe commented Oct 20, 2021

What would you like to be added?

The changes to support snapshot tests for Generic Ephemeral Volumes kubernetes/kubernetes#105659 generated some duplicated code in the file test/e2e/storage/testsuites/snapshottable.go as commented here: kubernetes/kubernetes#105659 (comment), it'd be great to create functions that are reused in b

fragtion
fragtion commented Aug 27, 2015

Hi. I've been experiencing good reliability syncing Maildirs with Syncthing for a few weeks already - however, from time to time an occasional empty mail may now show up in my IMAP folders/e-mail client. I suspect that this is due to the partial transfers and/or temp files being read by dovecot (perhaps locking them somehow could help with this?). I was able to ignore dovecot's index files in Sync

caddy
gucki
gucki commented Dec 12, 2020

It seems Caddy does not support wildcards/ expression matching in the reverse proxy's header_up.

For example this does not remove any headers:

header_up -X-SHIBBOLETH-*

This works as expected, but is limited in its use:

header_up -X-SHIBBOLETH-LOGIN

It'd be great if Caddy would support wildcards/ expression matching in the reverse proxy's header_up/ header_down.

sevospl
sevospl commented Nov 6, 2021

Hi. First of all, kudos to you for the VFS cache - it's really brilliant. I have one request though.

For a little background, as of now I'm using the following settings:

--vfs-cache-mode full \
  --vfs-cache-max-size 500G \
  --vfs-cache-max-age 5000h \
  --vfs-cache-poll-interval 5m \
  --vfs-read-ahead 2G \
  --bwlimit-file 32M \
  --vfs-read-chunk-size=64M \
  --vfs-read-chunk-s
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rafiss
rafiss commented Nov 16, 2021

Although RULE is not listed as an allowed privilege on https://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/functions-info.html it turns out that PG supports a query like this

select has_table_privilege('table'::regclass::oid, 'RULE')

Some tools rely on this. We can implement it in CRDB by always returning false, since CRDB does not have RULE privileges.


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