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Dan Farrelly
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Dan Farrelly 5h
Replying to @chipperPat
Oh that's amazing, you're gonna have a great time man!
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Dan Farrelly 5h
Replying to @chipperPat
Victoria peak in HK is actually pretty cool. Yoyogi park in Tokyo, especially on a Sunday for the rockabillies. Mt. Fuji is beautiful if you have time.
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Tyler Wanlass Oct 30
We're looking for TWO PMs to join our (fully remote) team . • Core team – help us realize our multi-product platform aspirations. • Reply team – help us shape and grow this early product that's at ~40k MRR DMs open, RTs appreciated 🙏
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Joel Gascoigne Oct 24
Buffer metrics for September 2018:
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Dan Farrelly Oct 22
Time off request approved. Enjoy those waves 🏄‍♂️ 😁
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Dan Farrelly Oct 10
So far digging the boarding pass experience except for the part that requires the Android app just to add the pass. If you already have the United app, why would one want need to use Google Pay for passes? 🤔 Can a pass be added from web or Gmail?
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Dan Farrelly Oct 7
Replying to @george_sequeira
Thanks George!
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Nick Hehr Oct 5
Recently started using the maildev package for work. Setup was quick enough and has made working with local emails really nice. Great work ! 👏 📦
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Joel Gascoigne Sep 28
This was a massive technical endeavor which led us through at the end of last week. Excited to have migrated to Atlas and to be upgrading our systems! Take a read of the details in this thread from Dan:
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Dan Farrelly Sep 28
Replying to @sunils34
During migration we didn't see issues w/ rebalancing b/c we pre-created chunks on the target cluster. Since, I have not seen any other issues caused by rebalancing. 😄 Also, we did take downtime for this migration and had a couple issues, I'm planning to write up something soon!
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Dan Farrelly Sep 27
Replying to @djfarrelly
Overall, I'm stoked about the move and we're getting ready to prep our next move to Mongo 3.6 soon and to 4.0 in the weeks/months after that!
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Dan Farrelly Sep 27
Replying to @MongoDB
We've also changed from running 2 dedicated instances for mongos to running a mongos on every cluster replica which means we have 9 now. I say "we're running," but for full disclosure this db is hosted on 's Atlas platform 😉
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Dan Farrelly Sep 27
Replying to @djfarrelly
We also shrunk from 8 shards on shared instances to 3 shards on dedicated instances which has performed wonderfully so far.
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Dan Farrelly Sep 27
Replying to @djfarrelly
The move from MMAPv1 to WiredTiger has definitely made our queues disappear. Previously we were regularly seeing huge spikes of queued reads and writes in the 100s and now we're seeing everything happily hover around 0.
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Dan Farrelly Sep 27
We migrated 's main production database 1 week ago for the first time in years while simultaneously jumping from Mongo 2.4 to 3.4. We've seen a 70% reduction in disk usage now w/ WiredTiger and solid performance gains as one might assume 😁 4TB 🗜️➡️ 1.2TB
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Dan Farrelly Sep 27
4TB gone just like that 😁 🗑️
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Dan Farrelly Sep 26
Replying to @cyberrranger
I've just replied on GitHub. I haven't had the time to maintain the package, but have been getting help from someone to get 1.0 to stable. They hope to follow up with releases updating core packages as well
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Brad Frost Sep 20
The only cologne I would ever consider wearing. via
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Dan Farrelly Sep 20
Uber's new branding
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Dan Farrelly Sep 7
When this database migration is finally complete...
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