Today I’ve got a number of small updates to go through that should have been up last week but work related crises came-a-knocking, but better late than never I sometimes say.
Unfortunately this year I didn’t have the corporate sponsorship that I was granted the previous year for the trip. I considered paying the excess travel and accommodation costs out of pocket but unfortunately the funds weren’t coming up fungible.
I did however have a topic in mind for this year that follows on from my previous presentation about configuration architecture, so I am hoping to release a follow-up PDF or series of articles that detail complex environment integration tasks and ideas.
Bugs! Bugs in my software, I thought this day would never come!… Actually I’m surprised it didn’t come sooner. The discovered bugs are as follows:
- Powershell NRDP - Powershell NRDP is confused about it’s heritage and will declare that it is written in Perl when asked. A new version will be released today that should set it straight.
- VMWare alarm sender for Nagios - Sometimes vCenter will fail to execute the script, the root cause of this issue eludes me as of yet but I’m hoping to have a fix for it sooner, rather than later.
To help cover the small amount it costs me to keep this place alive I added a donate panel a month or so ago instead of plastering the website in ads. Today I’m going to expand on this a little further and add an affiliates section to the side panel that will contain a couple of affiliate links to products I use and believe in.
This should be a good unobtrusive way to further help me with generating quality content. Once again my sincerest thanks to everyone who finds this site useful and decides to help out!comments powered by Disqus