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First snow of the year that's created actual snow on the ground; not good

"Belphegor's prime is 1,000,000,000,000,066,600,000,000,000,001: a palindromic prime number with 666 in the middle and 13 0s on either side. It is named after Belphegor, one of the seven princes of hell."

Crackin open some boys with the Cold Ones

when you get your friends to sign into their AD accounts for the love of

Is anyone running a Masto instance off a Pi Zero or something?

I wonder what the shittiest box running an instance is.

The #OpenBSD s2k17 #hackathon has started!

The attendees are hiking with snowshoes to the cabin.

an activitypub implementation in forth in which the source code reads as a tutorial for implementing activitypub

2017: mastodon instances
2018: everybody writes their own ActivityPub server from scratch, the fediverse gets real weird

kern.panic_reboot_wait_time=-1 in hopes I can hit the kernel debugger

okkkkkkkkkk that wasn't good, looked like a UFS panic over inodes (???)

I guess I need to install the kernel debugging kernels now

heads up: if this VM goes down 3 AM EST, ping me IRC

I should have set up on this VM instead, but noooo, I set it up with UFS....

If you use #OpenBSD and I'm not yet following you - reply, boost or like this toot. I want to catch you all.

warblblblblblb somehow the host server keeps failing at 1 AM and the FreeBSD shits its pants, so I had to rebuild LD cache, then I had to reinstall PCRE, and now I had to run PGSQL reindexing (???)

what the hell is wrong with me, this system, and PG? are UFS and PG this sensitive to corruption?

Kowloon Walled City. Photograph taken in long exposure, 31 December 1992, by Ian Lambot

the entire timeline from the past ~18 or so hours of the server being "wtf" is unloading but I won't read it, it was never meant to be

let's see how horribly corrupt the database has become after what looks to be disk corruption

I LOVE JOURNALING FILESYSTEMS!