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6 Dec 2018
13:08:32@Matrix8967:matrix.orgMatrix8967What would be the best way to view the activity of a single process over the duration of a few hours?
13:08:45@Matrix8967:matrix.orgMatrix8967Like a procmon.
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13:57:56@Matrix8967:matrix.orgMatrix8967

Man -- yesterday I was asking about some avahi-daemon stuff. Think I'm seeing the problem. We're an all apple shop, (aside from me. 😭 ) and I think we're getting into the growth phase of needing to setup a DNS server. CentOS is the go-to for that kind of thing is my understanding, right?

I think our router is really stressing out with all the zeroconf network chatter. So, setting up a CentOS box to handle DNS from clients <-> to the routher <-> to the internet is kind of the standard practice here, right?

14:00:42@adrkubala:matrix.org@adrkubala:matrix.orgHello there! My first time with IRC... 😋 Also, Linux use since 2016!
14:00:50@archangel45:ponies.imJackieWow
14:00:58@archangel45:ponies.imJackie Oracle Java isn't free anymore m
14:01:31@archangel45:ponies.imJackieSo Minecraft players and Windows users are screwed
14:11:32@swedneck:swedneck.xyz@swedneck adrkubala: but you're on matrix lol
14:12:45@qrsbrwn:uidzero.seqrsBRWNJackie isn't that just the LTS releases?
14:23:23@Matrix8967:matrix.orgMatrix8967Minecraft Players on Windows are probably being shoved onto the 'windows 10 edition'. "Just click the add we embeded in your start menu!" 😒
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15:14:48@bart:fam-ribbers.comPureTryOut
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Hello there! My first time with IRC... 😋 Also, Linux use since 2016!
This isn't IRC lol
16:33:40@Matrix8967:matrix.orgMatrix8967I'm in like 7 freaking dev slack channels at work. After they made the last one, we had a pretty serious discussion about fleeing slack for IRC. Each channel just becomes a pile of memes and gifs, then becaomes a dumping pile for alerts, then we make a new channel, rinse, repeat.
17:16:16@lowee:matrix.orgネプギア (nepugia)Jackie: huh? why use oracles version over openjre openjdk?
17:58:33@Shadow53:matrix.orgShadow53

I think our router is really stressing out with all the zeroconf network chatter. So, setting up a CentOS box to handle DNS from clients <-> to the routher <-> to the internet is kind of the standard practice here, right?

Not sure there's a standard distro used for DNS servers, just whichever one you prefer for servers in general. But yeah, at least for a home network you would set up the custom DNS server as the first DNS server in the router, then every device that connects to the network should use it first.

18:01:15@swedneck:swedneck.xyz@swedneckBSD is popular with network stuff, isn't it?
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18:20:57@Shadow53:matrix.orgShadow53 There's that too. I think someone did benchmarks and found Linux was faster, but not in a very meaningful way. I think people go for BSD for its stability.
18:23:02@zem:matrix.orgzem swedneck: it also depends on the bsd flavour you are using.
18:27:41@japser:matrix.orgJapserI thought debian was popular with network stuff
18:28:27@Shadow53:matrix.orgShadow53I think this illustrates my original point :p
18:29:46@japser:matrix.orgJapserHaha, it might be selection bias though, as I only really get approached for Linux related questions. I have zero experience with BSD flavours
18:30:02@bart:fam-ribbers.comPureTryOutFreeBSD seems popular for network stuff
18:34:23@lowee:matrix.orgネプギア (nepugia)Depends on who you ask really :)
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18:50:27@mrx:disroot.orgmrxyeah I see mostzly freebsd
18:50:40@zem:matrix.orgzemAt least I am confident that *BSD has a better IPv6 Support than MacOS and Windows.

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