I’ve seen discussions on this topic scattered around the internet, so the idea of this post is to gather them all (at least, the most useful of them – imho) into 1 single chart, so they can be easily understood from a bird eyes’ view. The illustration below shows how 2 types of service can […]Read More k8s service externalIPs vs NodePort in GKE
I have a number of git repos on remote systems (e.g. GitLab) where my laptop’s pub key is already registered for a certain other account not associated with the aforementioned git repos. Thus, I usually have to GIT_SSH_COMMAND=’ssh -i <path/to/some/private/key>’ git <command> so as to communicate with these repos under the correct identity. I might […]Read More GIT_SSH_COMMAND
Photo by Mag Pole on Unsplash As a big fan of automation, I rarely decline an opportunity to setup a CI/CD flow for a new project, be it a React-stack website (with or without SSR), or a mobile application (native or cross-platform). A web application, be it based on Node.js, or PHP, or any other language, can be […]Read More bitrise hangs during Xcode Archive & Export for iOS
Hi guys, Recently i’ve been trying to setup a Git central (bare) repository which, on pushed, will ftp-deploy the project to an external server, and for that, git-ftp by ezyang is a great solution. I’ve done everything according to the documentation, especially the part where it says to symlink the post-receive hook to /path-to-git-ftp/post-receive, but […]Read More Git hooks don’t seem to follow symlink?
Hey guys, So part of my job these days was to setup a web server from scratch. Not coming straight from the IT sector myself, I had quite a bit of trouble installing vsfptd on the machine, so I think I might just help other lost souls out there like me by recounting my experience: […]Read More Installing FTP server on SELinux properly