I’ve been trying to run an IPv6 tunnel without much success- it’s far to laggy to use for real work. So I’ve turned that off, and I just noticed I’m now getting an IPv6 Router Advertisement across my Super Hub3 in modem mode. I’ve gotten a default route AND a online prefix option to 2a02:8800:f000:2120::/64 (but sadly, no auto config flag). This prefix is owned by Virgin Media.
So, I can ping the router but nothing else as I don’t have a public IPv6 IP address.
In my continuing efforts to entirely self host, fighting spam is hard. I originally configured SpamAssassin on my mail server quite a few years ago, and to be fair it has done it’s job. But recently, more spam has been creeping through and my ever growing stack of addons (such as policyd-spf, OpenDKIM, OpenDMARC and others) to SA was eating quite a lot of memory on my poor server.
So I shopped around and found Rspamd.
[ERROR] Can't open and lock privilege tables: Got error 9 from storage engine
Nice error. Googling for it doesn’t reveal much on how to fix it. The good news is that I only use MySQL for Phabricator and PostreSQL for everything else. The bad news is that my Phabricator instance is no longer working. The worse news is that I get the same error when trying to use backups, so there must be something else in play here.
I’ve been using Fossil as my SCM for quite a few years now and it has served me well. It replaced my aging Trac (which I’ve now really retired in the recent server move … it didn’t move) + GIT setup. There is nothing inherently wrong with it and upstream are quite quick to resolve any issues. So lets start with a list of Fossil plus points, in no particular order:
I’ve been using Fossil for quite a while now as my SCM. I like Fossil. But Fossil is not Git, and most people seem to like Git. It could be better to say that most people like GitHub because it’s the first hosted SCM that’s free for open source with good social interaction I’m aware of. And GitHub is huge. Some might say that if you’re not on GitHub, you don’t exist as a project.