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2011-08-25 00:18:02 utc jmettraux great
2011-08-25 02:14:41 utc dhf Good evening. Are any of the storage options not persistent across power failures?
2011-08-25 02:29:50 utc jmettraux dhf: hello, what do you mean by storage options ?
2011-08-25 02:29:53 utc jmettraux aah
2011-08-25 02:30:49 utc jmettraux yes, Ruote::HashStorage is not persistent across power failures.
2011-08-25 02:40:25 utc dhf Thank you. Was considering redis so I should be ok
2011-08-25 02:42:11 utc jmettraux have a good evening, I have to go
2011-08-25 03:21:55 utc dhf How are tasks assigned to participants when multiple worker/participants can handle the task? if you have a workload of 100 tasks to be processed and two worker/participants that could handle it, is one task sent to each one and waits for the return before assigning the next?
2011-08-25 03:34:52 utc jmettraux dhf: if there are 100 tasks and 2 workers and tasks take the same time to execute, most likely each worker will execute 50 tasks
2011-08-25 03:36:33 utc dhf they may not take the same time. I just want them in order submitted
2011-08-25 03:37:13 utc jmettraux if they are ordered in sequence, then the engine will make sure they are executed in the order specified
2011-08-25 03:37:22 utc dhf great
2011-08-25 03:38:55 utc dhf is there a limit to the number of tasks pending?
2011-08-25 03:40:05 utc jmettraux it depends on the storage
2011-08-25 03:41:24 utc dhf Redis
2011-08-25 03:41:47 utc dhf or is there a better one for large amounts of tasks pending
2011-08-25 03:42:24 utc jmettraux redis : you have to compute from the max size of the redis db
2011-08-25 03:43:02 utc jmettraux you seem to be more interested by raw task handling, isn't something like Resque better suited for your needs ?
2011-08-25 03:44:32 utc dhf might be but there are decisions to be made on each task and others generated
2011-08-25 03:47:06 utc dhf could be a combination of the two
2011-08-25 03:48:59 utc jmettraux indeed
2011-08-25 17:23:04 utc jmettraux kennethkalmer: hello, coffee ?
2011-08-25 17:23:14 utc kennethkalmer oh yes please !
2011-08-25 17:23:22 utc kennethkalmer doing well ?
2011-08-25 17:23:31 utc jmettraux there is a thread that might interest you: http://groups.google.com/group/openwferu-users/browse_thread/thread/94c14677e68c8534
2011-08-25 17:23:43 utc jmettraux ACTION emits good coffee
2011-08-25 17:23:50 utc jmettraux yes, doing fine
2011-08-25 17:24:02 utc kennethkalmer ACTION consumes happily
2011-08-25 17:25:14 utc kennethkalmer will chime in, thanks for alerting me
2011-08-25 17:25:41 utc jmettraux I'm really happy to see Kit helping, that's neat
2011-08-25 17:27:06 utc kennethkalmer you've cultured a great community of helpers
2011-08-25 17:27:12 utc kennethkalmer by setting a good example
2011-08-25 17:27:21 utc kennethkalmer so thank you btw
2011-08-25 17:30:52 utc jmettraux oh, you're welcome
2011-08-25 17:43:03 utc kennethkalmer just strugling with bundler and multiple rubies on the same server
2011-08-25 17:43:15 utc kennethkalmer investigating deploying RVM to production servers
2011-08-25 17:43:27 utc kennethkalmer since we have a mixed bag of REE/1.9.2 deployments
2011-08-25 17:44:34 utc jmettraux 1.9.x is getting faster month by month
2011-08-25 17:44:35 utc kennethkalmer wish we could just run cloudfoundry
2011-08-25 17:45:31 utc kennethkalmer have you tried https://github.com/skaes/rvm-patchsets ?
2011-08-25 17:45:39 utc kennethkalmer makes a nice difference with 1.9.2-p290
2011-08-25 17:46:26 utc jmettraux first time I see this, I hope it makes it into rvm core in some form or the other
2011-08-25 17:48:02 utc kennethkalmer well, it is so simple already ;)
2011-08-25 17:48:51 utc jmettraux ah nice
2011-08-25 17:52:20 utc kennethkalmer so, how is life in the clouds ?
2011-08-25 17:52:23 utc kennethkalmer hehe
2011-08-25 17:54:10 utc jmettraux excellent team
2011-08-25 17:54:45 utc kennethkalmer only 3 of our 9 servers are non-EC2
2011-08-25 17:55:01 utc kennethkalmer loving "knife ec2 server create..."
2011-08-25 17:55:09 utc kennethkalmer and nuking it an hour or two later
2011-08-25 17:55:14 utc jmettraux :-)
2011-08-25 17:55:46 utc kennethkalmer you guys using 'fog' or the RightScale gems for AWS ?
2011-08-25 17:56:22 utc jmettraux probably both, and then the new AWS Ruby SDK
2011-08-25 17:56:33 utc jmettraux and chef
2011-08-25 17:57:16 utc kennethkalmer chef ftw
2011-08-25 17:57:23 utc jmettraux at my level, I use our APIs, they are multi-cloud
2011-08-25 17:57:24 utc kennethkalmer still need to check out the AWS SDK
2011-08-25 17:57:28 utc kennethkalmer cool
2011-08-25 17:58:24 utc kennethkalmer i'm missing ruote though, will still figure out where it can fit
2011-08-25 18:00:09 utc jmettraux don't force it into the place ;-)
2011-08-25 18:01:40 utc kennethkalmer never ;)
2011-08-25 18:07:54 utc kennethkalmer https://gist.github.com/1171321
2011-08-25 18:07:58 utc kennethkalmer does that make sense ?
2011-08-25 18:08:04 utc kennethkalmer to send to Howard
2011-08-25 18:20:00 utc jmettraux makes sense, Kit already replied with something else
2011-08-25 18:20:09 utc jmettraux two advices are better than one
2011-08-25 18:24:46 utc jmettraux kennethkalmer: thanks for chiming in
2011-08-25 18:26:00 utc kennethkalmer pleasure :)
2011-08-25 18:36:42 utc kennethkalmer https://github.com/fnichol/chef-rvm
2011-08-25 18:37:13 utc jmettraux what I like is "last commit: 1 day ago"
2011-08-25 18:37:41 utc kennethkalmer me too
2011-08-25 18:37:45 utc kennethkalmer and awesome readme
2011-08-25 18:38:49 utc kennethkalmer i'm closing shop for the evening
2011-08-25 18:38:53 utc kennethkalmer have an awesome day
2011-08-25 18:39:02 utc kennethkalmer i'll catch up again tomorrow after work !
2011-08-25 18:39:05 utc kennethkalmer ttyl !
2011-08-25 18:39:16 utc jmettraux ciao !