Posts Tagged ‘python’

Setting up a Ansible Module Test Environment

I’ve begun developing some Ansible modules and have created a Vagrant environment to help with testing. You can check it over over on my github. The environment has been created to test some MongoDB modules but can easily be repurposed to another use. It’s quite simple to get started; ?View Code BASHgit clone cd AnsibleTest […]

my: a command-line tool for MariaDB Clusters

I’ve posted the code for my MariaDB Cluster command-line tool called my. It does a bunch of stuff but the main purpose is to allow you to easily monitor replication cluster-wide while working in the shell. Here’s an example of this screen… hostname port cons u_cons role repl_detail lag gtid read_only master1 3306 7 0 ms […]

RPM Query on multiple servers with Python & Fabric

I’ve been playing a bit with fabric to make some of my system administration and deployment tasks easier. As the number of servers I manage increases I need to get smarter at managing them. Fabric fills that gap nicely. Here’s a short script I’ve been using to find what packages are missing on individual servers […]

Update on pymmo and demo app

Just a quick update on my pymmo project I started over on github. As I stated earlier this year I want to get deeper into Python and would be writing tools for MongoDB (and potentially other databases). It doesn’t do a whole lot yet but I hope to make regular small improvements. Using the MongoDB […]

Technical Goals for 2016

Happy New Year! Time sleeps for no one least of all the busy IT worker! It’s important to constantly be pushing your professional skills onwards by improving existing skills and learning new ones. Here are my goals for 2016. Python – I’ve dabbled in Python occasionally over the years but it’s time to take it […]