So let’s say you’ve got a new use case for couchbase. You want a new bucket with new views. You’ve got existing couchbase infrastructure.
Do you add a new bucket to that cluster? If things begin to suffer performance-wise, do you add new nodes to the cluster?
Or do you create start off by creating a new cluster for this new bucket and minimize interfering with the existing clusters? Any tips?
If it wasn’t for your frivolous lawsuit, I’d never have found craiggers.com.
Now go back to your antipattern cave and continue to stymie.
First, I was trying to solve the colors/ESC[ problems when piping colored grep into less, and this helped me solve it:
(Added export LESS=”-eirMX” to my ~/.zshrc)
Then I wondered if I could get the same nice coloring in git, and sure enough:
(git config —global color.ui true)
But I use mercurial at work, surely mercurial has this… yep!
(add the following to your hgrc, although for most diffs I just use an external diff tool like meld or gvimdiff:
[defaults] # suppress noisy extdiff header message cdiff = -q [extdiff] cmd.cdiff = colordiff opts.cdiff = -uprN
Now I can see the world in delicious retina color ;D