This was based off another Gist but I lost the link 😦 I would have liked to attribute and link
To migrate to the beginning using Entity Framework 7 migrations with kvm, just type:
k ef migration apply 0
Pretty short and sweet. Just couldn’t find anything around so I thought I’d share.
Thought I’d share the development ElasticSearch cluster I’ve been using lately.
Simply run “vagrant up” and it should auto-provision a 3 node ElasticSearch cluster.
Why 3 nodes on different VMs?
We wanted to make sure we had a similar setup to our production system.
Also, checking query results when using aggregations across shards because document counts are approximate. FYI: The Vagrant provisioning scripts set up 1 shard 2 replicas. You might want to change that if you want to see the shard/doc count quirk.
A short gist on getting gulp and mocha watching JS and test changes.
Watches for new and deleted files.
Just did a short discovery session in python to figure out if Rethinkdb 1.11 can do some of the queries I’m after.
Wanted to to perform queries that filter
- by field
- by nested field
- by values within a range
- if value exists in embedded array
- any combination of those
I’m running ubuntu 12.10 (xubuntu actually) over VirtualBox from a windows host.
A bit of a discussion on guard’s issue tracker seemed to highlight this issue for others to no avail.
A bit more googling and I accidentally stumbled onto this short post talking about atomic saves.
I set atomic_save to false in sublime’s user settings and it seems to work.
At what cost I wonder?