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Redis require some specific setup in its host machine, that is why it is very attached to a "Redis ready Docker host machine" when You try to use it in a docker container environment. You should try to add this lines: net.ipv4.tcp_tw_reuse = 1 net.ipv4.tcp_tw_recycle = 1 in Your docker host machines /etc/sysctl.conf file, that run redis containers. ...


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It sounds like you're missing branches (or rather 'tags' or 'release' branches). Instead of using your SVN revnum as a reference to determine which version you're installing, you should create a branch at that released revision. You then deploy that branch name. It makes it easier to branch even if there are no changes so every module keeps the same ...


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I think you have a lot of good ideas already, I've used most of them on various projects throughout the years, and your primary concern seem to be the inability to tell what version of all modules where included in a given package if you split them up. I'm all for splitting them up, at some level of granularity, especially if you have multiple teams and ...


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Is there a long term disadvantage to having the seed data in classes in the code, and if that's the best place to put it I would argue that, on the contrary, this is the best place to have this kind of initialization. Since your code depends directly on this data, its shape and contents, this initialization being directly tied to your code is actually the ...


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First off, there are tools out there that can scan ports and network traffic to help you discover your software catalog but the bottom line is in order to be highly accurate you will have to touch every web-service or application and redeploy them to properly report their build versions and other information you want from them.. no matter what the salesman ...


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I'm thinking you might want to pop this question over to Server Fault and turn it around: how do sysadmins for big corporations know what versions of what software is installed on their client machines. There might be some industry-standard solution that looks at, say, the version of DLL's in a predefined location on each machine that it works with. If ...



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