Raspberry Pi Cluster Setup
April 12, 2019
Previously, I talked about the different orchestration technologies that I’ve run on my Raspberry Pi cluster. That post was rather high level and only contained details relating to k3s. In this post, we’ll take a more in depth look at my cluster setup and my management process around it.
k3s on Raspberry Pi
April 10, 2019
Over the last few days, I’ve been revisiting Kubernetes on my Raspberry Pi cluster. I hope to share what I learned in the process and some of the tooling that I discovered along the way.
Easy Steps to a 64bit Raspberry Pi 3 B/B+
March 17, 2019
I was quite surprised to see how under documented installing a 64 bit operating system onto a Raspberry Pi is. Many articles out there talk about needing to compile Linux, which sounds oh-so-pleasant. One day, I stumbled across a 64bit OpenSUSE version that was compatible, but the installation instructions required a Linux OS to be done properly. Since I primarily work on OSX, this presented yet another barrier.
After a lot of searching around, I finally found a straight forward and simple way to do it.
gitfs - A FUSE File System
January 30, 2019
During my first employment at Indeed, I cloned every repository down to my machine. This approach worked for a while when the number of repositories was small. As the organization has grown, the solution quickly became unmanageable. While many people do not work across every repository, many are familiar with the pain of setting up a new machine. I wrote gitfs for a few reasons. First, to reduce the time spent setting up a new development environment. Second, to remove the need to figure out where all my projects need to be cloned. In this post, I discuss some challenges faced and lessons learned in writing my first file system.
October 31, 2018
- technologies used and rough size of project
- an overview of the project
- a critique about the approach taken to manage the project
- what I would’ve done differently