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Talked to instance operators who ran into "Too many open files" error put a band-aid on it by renting more hosting infrastructure when really a solution was needed b/c "throw money at the problem" is not an option for everyone
And it does not allow for smaller vanilla Mastodon instance operators to move towards financial sustainability
And of course, tests all still pass
End goal is to reduce cost of operating a vanilla instance
Enabling instances to support both larger user base while using less resources this achieves more than cheaper hosting
An important step toward financially sustainability for instance operators possibly even profitable with whatever method they negotiate with their community to pay for the server and costs
Ruby is an interpreted language, which is one reason switching the rack server to a compiled one written in C for HTTP requests gets a massive performance increase
But there are other underlying Rack issues at play here that are not worth detailing here
Instead of simply throwing more servers and resources at the problem, this will deal with the underlying problem
Unfamiliar how routes web clients to the Rails
Nginx/Apache=> Rack=> Rails
Before stream'n hiatus demonstrated how to setup production vanilla Mastodon instance
Context: I contributed to Ruby, Rails + Rack
Using obvio simple HTTP benchmarks and VM (3 deep) to mimic a cheap VPS
Demonstrated a single line change, taking 1 min replacing Puma written in Ruby (interpreted) with Iodine written in C (compiled) to obtain massive performance and increased scalability
Notice Puma's "Too many open files" error
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What a night. Every time I think I finally "get ," I'm humbled.
I had to spin up a virtual machine of , because I wanted to make sure my host of the same had the correct repos enabled and listed. (It did not.)
What even triggered this examination I added the repo, and its key verification failed. I went to remove the repo using the , and accidentally clicked the option to reset the sources list (to what I believe to be stock Ubuntu) instead of 's fantastic offering.
I've still got to figure out how to remove the repo before reinstalling the client using the .deb package, and I'm confident only that I'm more likely to have the correct repos than not. Tonight was a reminder that I still know nothing about anything, despite being a 7+ year user of Linux-based , administrating Linux systems as for 3+ years, and having a postgrad degree in an adjacent subject.
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10 There are a couple of reasons I prefer file based backup/restore.
1. Because the workloads are all containerized or virtualized, we don't have to worry about backing up the whole Linux install.
2. The backups are only as big as the container mounts and VM images making them very fast.
3. Restores can be automated or done manually.
4. Restores can be made to a VM to ensure uptime while recovering the physical box.
9 I'm finishing up work on the Essential Services Server today, before moving on to the more mundane stuff.
As correctly pointed out, a backup isn't worth much if you don't test it.
1 So first order to business is to complete and test the automation script used to recreate and restore the server.
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