I’ve an existing cluster. To create a cluster on local machine I would recommend using Kind

Install using helm

kubectl create namespace rabbitmq
helm repo add bitnami https://charts.bitnami.com/bitnami
helm install myrmq bitnami/rabbitmq --namespace rabbitmq


RabbitMQ can be accessed within the cluster on port `5672` at `myrmq-rabbitmq.rabbitmq.svc`.

Username : user


Not able for find springboot jar file when running helm chart for kubernetes pod (deployment) (though the docker container has a copy jar)

use this pattern

- "java"
- "@/opt/foo/ce/conf/stage/java.options"
- "-jar"
- "/opt/foo/ce/ce.jar"
- "--logging.config=/opt/foo/ce/conf/stage/logback.xml"

Forget the past and focus on the present. If you don’t like the present, focus on the future.

If a man in line behind you at the convenience store buys a lottery ticket and wins a million dollars, do you kick yourself for not buying that ticket when it was…

docker run -e POSTGRES_USER=build-service -e POSTGRES_PASSWORD=secret -e POSTGRES_DB=build_service -p 54321:5432 postgres:12psql -h localhost -p 54321 -d build_service -U build-service

more info


Create a custom db and grant admin_user permission.

$ psql -h commondb.foo.amazonaws.com -d postgres -U ldev
Password for user ldev:
postgres=> create database commondb;
postgres=> grant all privileges…

How to check the if the user data shell file is rendered correctly

On the terraform user-data shell file add echo statements

for aws,

ssh into the instance,

sudo su# to see echo messages
tail -f /var/log/messages |grep cloud-init

To see the file with interpolated values

less /var/lib/cloud/instance/scripts/part-001

Keep it simple
- function based views
- centralize access to the ORM (avoid fat models, use a service layer)
- responsive bootstrap template with crispy forms
- minimal js
- 12 factor type setup - django-environ or similar
- be aware of n+1 select problem (I use django debug toolbar but looking into django-zen-queries)
- plop…

When one creates a jmeter test after few months in between, capturing csrf token bites us — least it is searching to find the right way to set up X-XSRF-TOKEN header and worst huge time sink

Add the next line to user.properties file (lives in "bin" folder of your JMeter…