Before the internet (BBS era) and for a good while after it I felt like I was living in two separate realities - the online world and its culture was so different than the offline world.
Now everyone is online all the time - and I still feel the difference. Because they're living a different online world than I do, and I don't like what theirs has to offer.
@viciousviscosity After the kids are asleep, I place my Bluetooth speaker face down on the lip of the tub, put on Tangerine Dream, and lay in the tub so all of my face besides my nose is underwater and just breath and listen to the music through the water.
I just had a good reason to ask my wife if I should put the cat in the dishwasher. https://retro.social/media/3UmLtyxvtasdNfzIHmQ
@banjofox The main issue is that with asynchronous replication, there is a good chance there will be transactions that have been committed to the primary that have not yet been played on the replica. Facebook handles (or at least handled) this by using a third, local server that does nothing but pull the binary logs. I don't think it even commits them to a database. That gives the data integrity of a local replica with the fault tolerance of a remote replica.
End of the "jailing ancient FreeBSD" section of #fmjail :
"It’s not like you’re doing something unspeakable, like running Linux in a jail.
<next heading>Jailing Linux"
Bret Hart - You're dereferencing a null pointer!
A mix of sun and cloud
Generalistic and moderated instance. All opinions are welcome, but hate speeches are prohibited. Users who don't respect rules will be silenced or suspended, depending on the violation severity.