What the Hell Robert50205. . .!!!!
I think 95% of his "spice" is all from bad advice. (really)
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@minion-queen I sent her an e-mail and told her that I did not think what happened was okay and if she wanted me to report it I would or if she wanted to report it I would absolutely back her up as a witness. I really felt bad for her. I don't want to make a choice for her though either.
Making a choice to report a scumbag isn't you making a choice for her. It's to get rid of a bad presence in your place of business.
What if he does this to other women, or takes it further?
This guy is not a city employee. He's a salesman for this shitty copier company which we most likely will not see again (hes not a tech). I had to resist the urge to punch this dude in the face inside of a municipal court, which wouldn't have helped anyone.
Doesn't matter, blackball the business or just him by reporting it. Sexual harassment is still against the law.
I think it would be weird if I offered and then just did it without waiting for her to reply, but unless I'm given a very good reason not to (which I can't imagine what that would be) I will report it. I honestly would've felt so justified to knock this guys teeth out.
I'd report it regardless. It wasn't just her that it effected.
A crime is a crime... if you see somebody shoot someone else dead, would you ask the dead guy's relative before reporting it?
No public pricing means they try to squeeze out as much as possible on a per-customer basis. I'm guessing heavy commission based sales.
Looks like you're stuck trying to find a 520 then... or you'll have to spend the extra beans on a 720 if you can't find one.
That's a lot of storage, and I agree trying to get that in 2.5" form factor is hard.
I tried to follow Scott's guide here, but for Fedora 26 it didn't quite work and I had to do things differently.
Here's the steps I logged as I went along. I believe following them exactly will get you from a fresh install to a working https gitlab.
New-VHD -Path "E:\Hyper-V\Virtual Hard Disks\gitlabServer.vhdx" -SizeBytes 500GB -Dynamic -BlockSizeBytes 1MB
dnf install hyperv-daemons hypervvssd hyperv-tools
systemctl stop NetworkManager.service systemctl disable NetworkManager.service systemctl enable network.service reboot now
dnf install policycoreutils-python-utils
dnf install cockpit
dnf install -y curl openssh-server openssh-clients cronie
firewall-cmd --permanent --add-service=http firewall-cmd --permanent --add-service=https firewall-cmd --reload semanage permissive -a httpd_t
dnf install -y pygpgme yum-utils
wget https://packages.gitlab.com/gitlab/gitlab-ce/packages/el/7/gitlab-ce-9.4.5-ce.0.el7.x86_64.rpm/download mv download gitlab-ce-9.4.5-ce.0.el7.x86_64.rpm dnf install -y gitlab-ce-9.4.5-ce.0.el7.x86_64.rpm
gitlab_rails['smtp_enable'] = true gitlab_rails['smtp_address'] = "smtpServer.domain.local" gitlab_rails['smtp_port'] = 25 gitlab_rails['smtp_authentication'] = false gitlab_rails['smtp_enable_starttls_auto'] = true gitlab_rails['gitlab_email_from'] = '[email protected]' gitlab_rails['gitlab_email_reply_to'] = '[email protected]' gitlab-ctl reconfigure
Notify.test_email('[email protected]', 'GitLab Test Email', 'This is a test.').deliver_now
openssl pkcs12 -in domain_wildcard_cert.pfx -out domainwild-encrypted.key openssl pkcs12 -in domain_wildcard_cert.pfx -clcerts -nokeys -out domainwild-certificate.crt openssl rsa -in domainwild-encrypted.key -out domainwild-decrypted.key openssl pkcs12 -in domain_wildcard_cert.pfx -out domain-ca.crt -nodes -nokeys -cacerts cat domainwild-certificate.crt domain-ca.crt > full_cert.crt
mkdir -p /etc/gitlab/ssl chmod 0700 /etc/gitlab/ssl cp /mnt/domainwild-decrypted.key /etc/gitlab/ssl/gitlabServer.domain.local.key cp /mnt/full_cert.crt /etc/gitlab/ssl/gitlabServer.domain.local.crt
external_url "https://gitlabServer.domain.local" nginx['redirect_http_to_https'] = true sudo gitlab-ctl reconfigure
Dangit! The sales guy at xByte said "We don't have any 520 servers in stock, and I don't think we'll be getting any - we haven't had any in several months. They were not mass produced like the 720s were..."
Then get the same build, but in a 620 or possibly 420. I'm sure the price difference is minimal, maybe even less. Actually I'm not sure if those servers will allow that drive configuration. I can't remember without looking.
Should I consider upgrading to the 1100W PSUs for an additional $60?
I think the 750s are even a bit high.
I'm uncertain about which RAID controller to go with. These are the three to choose from:
- PERC H310 Mini Mono Controller
- PERC H710 Controller with 512MB NV Cache
- PERC H710P Controller with 1GB NV Cache
I'm not sure there would actually be any significant benefit in getting the 1GB NV card vs the Mini Mono...
Looks like the H310 doesn't have an NV cache, battery, and supports less RAID levels. The cache makes things way faster and adds life to your drives.
I figured out the main issue I was having...
I didn't put the "/download" after the URL: https://packages.gitlab.com/gitlab/gitlab-ce/packages/el/7/gitlab-ce-9.4.5-ce.0.el7.x86_64.rpm/download
Once I fixed that and renamed the file, I was able to install it without issue, and access it:
Having a hard time doing so. I'm assuming it's because Fedora 26 isn't supported yet. Is there a way to bypass this and install it anyways? I tried doing what it says in the error, and installing the rpm manually. It doesn't work.
After running the command:
curl -sS https://packages.gitlab.com/install/repositories/gitlab/gitlab-ce/script.rpm.sh | bash
I just get an error:
Detected operating system as fedora/26. Checking for curl... Detected curl... Downloading repository file: https://packages.gitlab.com/install/repositories/gitlab/gitlab-ce/config_file.repo?os=fedora&dist=26&source=script curl: (22) The requested URL returned error: 404 Not Found Unable to download repo config from: https://packages.gitlab.com/install/repositories/gitlab/gitlab-ce/config_file.repo?os=fedora&dist=26&source=script This usually happens if your operating system is not supported by packagecloud.io, or this script's OS detection failed. You can override the OS detection by setting os= and dist= prior to running this script. You can find a list of supported OSes and distributions on our website: https://packages.gitlab.com/docs#os_distro_version For example, to force CentOS 6: os=el dist=6 ./script.sh If you are running a supported OS, please email [email protected] and report this.
My next step is to try this: https://packages.gitlab.com/gitlab/gitlab-ce/install#manual
But I'm not hopeful. Has anyone had any luck, or should I just do it on CentOS 7 and be done with it?
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