04:34:46  <Trott>Can someone with login access to test-digitalocean-ubuntu1604-x86-1 tell me the output of `grep resolution /proc/timer_list`?
04:34:57  <Trott>All 1 nsecs or something else?
05:58:51  <Trott>(Ignore my ignorant question above kthxbai.)
06:03:50  <Trott>(Not the place to check what I'm actually after. As you were.)
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12:59:48  <jbergstroem>Trott: don't you have access?
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14:40:47  <Trott>I should, but i'm on the road. Don't ask why that makes a difference.
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15:55:25  <qbit>hihi
16:03:05  <qbit>i have a question about getting openbsd supported
16:03:57  <qbit>openbsd will run on pretty much any kvm instance, but it requires some post-setup stuff (installing python so ansible can run... etc)
16:12:49  <qbit>i guess more generally my question is, how are machines deployed prior to being ansible'ized
16:12:53  <qbit>a-
16:12:55  <qbit><}
16:13:03  <qbit>and how can I get openbsd in on that action
16:19:31  <qbit>i have started adding the ansible bits to the build repo (just need to finish the rc script)
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16:35:01  <sgimeno>qbit, it can be a good idea to open an issue on the build repo with that question in case they're not addressed here
16:35:45  <sgimeno>s/they're/it's
16:35:51  <qbit>cool
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18:41:12  <qbit>woo
19:01:15  <jbergstroem>hey
19:01:21  <jbergstroem>sweet
19:02:27  <jbergstroem>qbit: what does the hyphens in "sudo--" do?
19:02:35  <jbergstroem>(sry no openbsd readily available)
19:02:58  <qbit>jbergstroem: it's ansible specific, basically "picks the default" when there are multiple flavors of a given package
19:03:06  <jbergstroem>oh
19:03:08  <jbergstroem>didn't know that
19:03:29  <jbergstroem>as for bootstrapping a machine, its kind of a catch 22. it dependso n what cloud provider we use
19:03:53  <jbergstroem>as for openbsd we'll likely have a few more hoops to jump though :(
19:03:53  <qbit>k
19:03:58  <qbit>yep
19:04:10  <jbergstroem>i assume we're booting into a cd and (re)installing?
19:04:24  <qbit>always do (have extra steps with openbsd)
19:04:38  <qbit>uh, we could do it from cd
19:04:38  <jbergstroem>i recall vultr having native openbsd images
19:04:44  <jbergstroem>been pinging them once or twice but no response
19:04:53  <qbit>they do, ya
19:05:58  <jbergstroem>so; we're kind of migrating between ansible playbooks. we've been working with a new setup that abstracts a lot of stuff
19:06:16  <jbergstroem>it lives in /ansible: https://github.com/nodejs/build/tree/master/ansible
19:06:50  <jbergstroem>in there i wrote this "bootstrap" section, which aims to take the image to a point where it can run ansible (most often installing python and thats about it)
19:07:03  <jbergstroem>i wonder how much of the openbsd installation we can automate?
19:07:43  <qbit>technically all of it
19:08:03  <qbit>at least with autoinstall, iirc vultr has a "script" that can be run on boot too
19:08:05  <qbit>lml
19:08:20  <jbergstroem>in ansible you can send "raw" commands meaning its basically just throwing commands over ssh
19:08:31  <jbergstroem>so if we could bootstrap openbsd that'd be pretty amazing
19:08:57  <jbergstroem>i'd be happy to provide a vm to test that out (if others in the build group agree)
19:09:33  <qbit>cool
19:10:10  <qbit>looks like vultr openbsd boxes can be spun up with a custom startup script
19:10:13  <qbit>so that could do the bootstraping
19:10:30  <jbergstroem>we don't have access at vultr though :(
19:10:35  <jbergstroem>or do you mean we'd copy it over?
19:10:41  <qbit>oh
19:10:46  <qbit>not sure what copy it over means :D
19:10:56  <jbergstroem>if they have some way to bake openbsd vm's
19:11:07  <qbit>they do,ya
19:14:40  <jbergstroem>gotta run off for a bit brb
19:15:04  <qbit>gl
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