IRC Logs for #crux Wednesday, 2018-10-31

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ryuoquestion. is everyone else getting a slow download rate from this?00:37
ryuowget --no-check-certificate 'https://ns557852.ip-54-39-62.net/test.tar' -O /dev/null00:37
joacimabout 600 kB/s00:55
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ryuohm. they must be throttling external connections.01:03
ryuoIf so, all that claimed BW is a lie.01:03
joacimhome connection?01:04
ryuojoacim: nah, server end. my normal DL is much higher.01:04
ryuoit's an OVH storage server that claims to have 250 megabits.01:04
ryuoYet, i can't get anywhere close to my max BW from home.01:04
ryuoit has no issues from another OVH server.01:05
ryuoBut, apparently, anything outside does.01:05
joacimah. i think ovh is popular with seedbox people, so their external communication might be overloaded01:05
ryuoI find that unlikely... my KimSufi has no issues.01:05
joacimmaybe theyre not all on the same network. idk01:05
joacimi would make a ticket anyways, if they advertise 250 Mbps01:06
ryuoYet my KS can max its BW when connecting to this server.01:06
ryuojoacim: i wasn't expecting to hit the max, but this is just ridiculious.01:06
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nwethe idea with git submodules is that to have  external repositroy in an exsiting repository?09:17
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john_cephalopodanwe: Yeah. You can basically link in an external repository, e.g. a git repo of a library or a data repo, and use that.10:45
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TimB_ryuo: 500KB/s here, which is very slow compared to the connection11:57
ryuoTimB_: i figured.11:57
TimB_ah, ok.11:57
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: lvm2: update to 2.02.18215:33
cruxbot[core.git/3.4]: [notify] curl: update to 7.62.015:33
cruxbot[core.git/3.4]: libdevmapper: update to 1.02.15215:33
cruxbot[core.git/3.4]: bison: update to 3.215:33
frinnst[    3.219041] mlx4_core: Mellanox ConnectX core driver v4.0-016:13
frinnst\o/16:13
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Anselmowhat is meant by the [notify] in the curl update thing there ?16:21
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frinnst[notify] commits are sent to the mailinglist16:22
frinnstusually a security update or a breaking change16:22
Anselmooh ok16:22
frinnst[ ID] Interval           Transfer     Bitrate         Retr16:41
frinnst[  5]   0.00-10.00  sec  10.9 GBytes  9.38 Gbits/sec   29             sender16:41
frinnst[  5]   0.00-10.04  sec  10.9 GBytes  9.34 Gbits/sec                  receiver16:41
frinnstlovely16:41
frinnstgotta love chinese ebay sellers16:41
Anselmo?16:41
frinnstbought 2 10gig nic's for like $4016:42
Anselmooh, gosh nice16:42
AnselmoI've gotten some like, wonderfully cheap pcbs printed, where like, shipping costs more than the thing itself16:43
Anselmofrom also china :P16:43
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joacimwill you also get 10 Gbps internet now?17:20
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MNKyDethfrinnst what switch are you using with those 10gigabit nics? Is anything affordable yet? I read mailing list logs every day. If not here when you respond ill still see it.17:56
SiFuhmy vpn blocked torrents that was the reason for mass reconnect/disconnect18:00
frinnstcurrently no switch, just a fiber cable18:08
frinnstmikrotik has a "cheap" 10g switch that I have my eye on18:08
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MNKyDethAhh k... Didnt know if there was something out there reasonable now.21:01
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cruxbot[xorg.git/3.4]: mesa3d: updated to 18.2.423:16
ryuofrinnst: i wonder when integrated ethernet will start supporting 10G23:18
ryuoto date i've only seen that in high end enterprise gear.23:18
jaegerI've seen a few consumer motherboards with it just recently23:20
jaegerlike the asrock x470 taichi ultimate23:23
ryuoi'm likely to be stuck with gigabit indefinitely due to our existing wiring being cat5e.23:23
ryuothen again 10G may never appear in the gear I normally buy, so chicken or the egg?23:23
joacimasrocks quake gamer boards often have 10Gbps ethernet too23:33
jaegerthe new mac mini has a 10GbE option as well23:33
joacimyeah saw that23:33
joacimlooks like a nice machine, but price is a bit high23:33
jaegerfrinnst: were you thinking of the CRS305-1G-4S+IN?23:50
pedjacatchy name23:53
frinnstlet me check.. yeah the names are very informative :)23:54
frinnstCRS317-1G-16S+RM23:55
jaegerAh, a bigger brother23:55
jaegerWell, they kinda are23:55
jaeger1G (1 GbE port) 16S (16 SFP+ ports)23:55
frinnstoh wow, didnt even see CRS305-1G-4S+IN23:56
jaegerthe one you linked is really impressive for the asking price23:56
frinnstI dont really need more than that for sfp+23:56
jaegerthey're both pretty decently priced23:56
frinnstyep23:56
frinnstafk, zzzz23:56
frinnstlate (again)23:56
jaegeryeah, I was eyeing the small one because I would only need 3 or 4 (3 for vmware, 1 for NAS)23:56
jaegernight23:56
pedjaACTION never seen sfp+ IRL23:58
jaegerthey're not too special23:59
jaegerbut they work well and it's nearly impossible to break them23:59

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