cp …; ./do; Or how go executables are awesome and portable
Today I finally got around to starting up the small webservices that usually run on my main desktop after a short interruption when my first generation SSD had started corrupting data and dropping inodes every time I powercycled the tower.
It took a while to get my OS (arch linux), environment, database (postgresql), message queue server (rabbitmq) and other sundries up and working. I eventually got around to moving my binary and development files over from my old drive. I started my systemd units and everything looked fine until I wanted to visualize the data that was coming in from the sensor I was harvesting.
$ go run srv.go
I typed, anticipating the visualization suite I’ve been poking at occasionally in a separate project than the harvesting code, which is as close to production as house-level neat code project get. to pop into existance and happily start serving stuff when the...
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