April 2013 Archives

April 28, 2013

Upvoted: PILLOWWWWW

April 18, 2013

Upvoted: A message we can all take to heart

Upvoted: Always on affects more than just hardcore gamers

April 17, 2013

Upvoted: Not sure where else to put this, but here's an analysis of of the electric components that made up the Boston bombs. (X-post r/findbostonbombers)

April 13, 2013

Upvoted: Look out Kim, even the Apple lawyers are after you.

April 8, 2013

Upvoted: The PA Report - EA earned hatred with poor games, lack of vision, and contempt for the audience, not homophobia

Upvoted: The Men's guide to showering.

Upvoted: To all the mother fucking spoilers lately

April 7, 2013

Screenshot: "Stuck Liz"

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=137607757

Screenshot: "Liz got stuck here, i moved on and had a one-sided conversation with her"

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=137607614

April 5, 2013

Upvoted: For everyone making light of war with North Korea

Upvoted: Meet Konstantin

Upvoted: This will never see the anti-Microsoft circle jerk the post its related to did, but its worth a post.

April 4, 2013

Upvoted: 3D visualisation of the Milky Way galaxy including 100 000 nearby stars for Google Chrome

April 2, 2013

Upvoted: I made this: Simple archiving to S3 for log files [Windows]

Linky

Just a little something I made to solve a specific problem I had whereby my small cloud servers were filling up with logs but I can't just delete them as we need to keep them for regulatory reasons. Also when launching and destroying cloud servers regularly, it helps to have automatic off-loading of logs.

It's very simple, specific use application but thought it might be useful to other windows sysadmins here. Source code is linked in post as well.

TL;DR Feature list:

  • XML Config
  • Uploads listed folders to S3
  • Optional recursive searching
  • Optionally then deletes files after upload
  • Optionally ignore open files (i.e. currently writing log files)
  • Choose bucket, folder in bucket and search pattern
submitted by bigolslabomeat to sysadmin
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Upvoted: My friend's Steam reviews