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22 Jun 2021
@ljmf0null:matrix.org/dev/tty63not capacity problems, but at some point codeload.github.com starts to give 500 server error22:51:06
@ljmf0null:matrix.org/dev/tty63https://codeload.github.com/cdnjs/cdnjs/zip/refs/heads/master22:51:09
@ljmf0null:matrix.org/dev/tty63when it reaches 10GB of downloaded data22:51:22
@_discord_183309006767521792:ipfs.ioElpranocotro idk what is the special status of Discordian's call, but just know that no matter what you are building with any PL project, there likely is a weekly call you can join and ask questions about the thing you are using 22:52:32
@ljmf0null:matrix.org/dev/tty63
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idk what is the special status of Discordian's call, but just know that no matter what you are building with any PL project, there likely is a weekly call you can join and ask questions about the thing you are using
thats very cool
22:53:23
@discordian:matrix.thedisco.zoneDiscordianYeah I'm quite new so I don't know how the other projects operate, but PL is very remote and everyone seems very friendly, so it makes sense to have communication be easy and open22:55:35
@ljmf0null:matrix.org/dev/tty63that weekly call is on slack?22:57:19
@discordian:matrix.thedisco.zoneDiscordianI don't know what Elpranocotro is referring to, but mine's just a closed meeting coordinating community things including talking about what Hackathons are coming up and such. It's on Zoom22:58:11
@ljmf0null:matrix.org/dev/tty63Yeah, I meant the open call xD22:58:47
@discordian:matrix.thedisco.zoneDiscordianOh haha, yeah I'm curious too22:58:57
@ljmf0null:matrix.org/dev/tty63I mean, I don't have relevant stuff for now tho :D22:59:01
@discordian:matrix.thedisco.zoneDiscordianI feel like I'm missing out :p22:59:01
23 Jun 2021
@ipfsbot:matrix.orgIPFS Bot Dwarkesh Patel @dwarkesh posted in How to decipher root node content?
To better understand how mid and root nodes are encoded in IPFS, I decided to see if I can decode them. I’m trying to find the children’s hashes from the raw data of the root node. My root node CID is QmRvnF6ybLDfAHzuKFZmPcQKMyaWXCga4GtTVVE3nheQdh. I ran: ipfs block get QmRvnF6ybLDfAHzuKFZmPcQKMyaWXCga4GtTVVE3nheQdh >> root.bin protoc --decode_raw < root.bin protoc is the Protocol Buffer comp...
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@rubenkelevra:matrix.orgRubenKelevra
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Arch uses zstd compression, and zstd is pretty heavy
zstd is actually the best compression algorithm around
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@rubenkelevra:matrix.orgRubenKelevraArch changed from xz to zstd because it's more lightweight 02:15:39
@rubenkelevra:matrix.orgRubenKelevrazstd is IMHO also the only viable option if you're to compress chunked data, since you can use a static dictionary file for the file type instead of the need to build up the same dictionary on each chunk again. 02:17:02
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@rubenkelevra:matrix.orgRubenKelevraNo other algorithm comes even close in speed when you want just a small amount of compression. You can basically compress with several thousands of MB per second. 02:23:35
@rubenkelevra:matrix.orgRubenKelevraSource: https://community.centminmod.com/threads/round-4-compression-comparison-benchmarks-zstd-vs-brotli-vs-pigz-vs-bzip2-vs-xz-etc.18669/ 02:24:38
@rubenkelevra:matrix.orgRubenKelevraRedacted or Malformed Event02:27:13
@rubenkelevra:matrix.orgRubenKelevraAnd if you don't compress test data but something more real world, like the Linux kernel you can see it perform even better: 02:27:42
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@notawhiteowl:matrix.orgnotawhiteowlhey gang. I'm trying to implement my dual proxy setup for the websocket transport. the reverse proxies work just fine, and nodes which all have reverse proxies in place show GET / requests with 200s03:13:49
@notawhiteowl:matrix.orgnotawhiteowlbut then when i put the forward proxy in place, it instead attempts to make CONNECT requests, which nginx does not support03:14:09
@notawhiteowl:matrix.orgnotawhiteowlwhy is go-ipfs using the GET method on the reverse proxy, but the CONNECT method on the forward proxy?03:14:29
@notawhiteowl:matrix.orgnotawhiteowlim pulling my hair out. nginx doesn't support the CONNECT method out of the box, and implementing the functionality with a module doesnt change anything03:17:12
@notawhiteowl:matrix.orgnotawhiteowlis there a different forward-proxy tech which might work better?03:17:40
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