RABBITMQ HATES ME

(3:56:52 PM) bunny: Argh, I don’t understand why memory is still climbing in rabbit when these messages are going down

(3:58:07 PM) bunny: Hmm… really trying to get the messages out now that that node is back in.

(3:59:51 PM) ai: yeah, that is weird.

(4:00:06 PM) ai: stupid rabbit messges aren’t for RAM?!?!?!

(4:00:07 PM) bunny: Well it was trying to burn through them

(4:00:17 PM) ai: get it?

(4:00:25 PM) ai: Like the trix commercials

(4:00:28 PM) bunny: heh, yeah

Dear dev guy,

DIAF.

love, bunny

PS Huevos Rancheros

Represent (not me, lol)

Represent (not me, lol)

keylogger

keylogger

ilovecharts:

As requested, here is a Venn diagram for exclusive or.
Technically, that ‘^’ should be a ‘∩’, as it is really intersection that I mean and not AND (the complement of AND would also include everything that is neither A nor B), but Illustrator was a bitch and wouldn’t let me use that character. Since the original question conflated logical operations and set theoretical operations to begin with, I feel justified in my substitution.
-lovelytornado
Derp.

ilovecharts:

As requested, here is a Venn diagram for exclusive or.

Technically, that ‘^’ should be a ‘∩’, as it is really intersection that I mean and not AND (the complement of AND would also include everything that is neither A nor B), but Illustrator was a bitch and wouldn’t let me use that character. Since the original question conflated logical operations and set theoretical operations to begin with, I feel justified in my substitution.

-lovelytornado

Derp.

Installing PostgreSQL on OS X Lion

pseudonym:

Under Mac OS X Lion, the PostgreSQL one-click installer always fails on the post-install step. Ugh.

If you run this as root (or prefix every line with “sudo”, ick). This will create the “postgres” user and its home directory, initialize the database, and add PostgreSQL to system startup.

dscl . -create /Users/postgres
dscl . -create /Users/postgres NFSHomeDirectory /usr/local/postgres
dscl . -create /Users/postgres UniqueID `dscl . -list /Users UniqueID | sort -n -k +2 | tail -1 | awk '{ print $2+1 }'`
dscl . -create /Users/postgres PrimaryGroupID `dscl . -read /Users/_postgres PrimaryGroupID | awk '{ print $2 }'`
mkdir -p /usr/local/postgres/data
chown -R postgres:_postgres /usr/local/postgres
sudo -u postgres -i /Library/PostgreSQL/9.0/bin/initdb -D /usr/local/postgres/data
curl -Lo /Library/LaunchDaemons/org.postgresql.postgres.plist http://be.gs/postgresql.plist
launchctl load /Library/LaunchDaemons/org.postgresql.postgres.plist

Why not use the default “_postgres” user? I don’t what that user account is used for, or what Apple plans to do with that account in the future.