Archive Author: Josh

The update to wordpress 5.8 has resulted in all helm deployments failing due to liveness and readiness probe failures. The problem seems to be that if the wordpressScheme is set […]

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If deploying the Bitnami WordPress helm chart to an existing external database, without wp-content populated, and the wp_users table does not have a user entry with id = 1, the […]

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I was migrating a site from AWS ECS to AWS EKS recently, using the bitnami/wordpress helm chart and came across the following error: I spent quite a while troubleshooting this […]

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First of all, thank you to Bitnami for providing such valuable helm charts to the community. What a great resource! Why doesn’t Bitnami support adding an SSL redirect for AWS […]

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Years ago (>5), I signed up for a dropbox.com account to work with a client. I have been charged an annual fee for this years, even though I have not […]

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Here is a useful command that will show which Windows Version is installed: systeminfo | findstr /B /C:”OS Name” /C:”OS Version”

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If you experience very high Master CPU usage, and low index throughput, you may be seeing the effects of a put-mapping conflict. This can best be confirmed through querying the […]

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I was working on a project with a client where I wasn’t able to initialize a terragrunt deployment when using SSO: The version of the AWS CLI that I was […]

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Proxy requests to AWS ElasticSearch and Kibana using nginx. I use the following nginx configuration, deployed via puppet template. The nginx proxy is an EC2 instance within an AutoScaling Group […]

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I recently started using the aws_okta_keyman utility created by nathan-v to authenticate using Okta MFA when using the AWS CLI on some AWS accounts. This is a very handy tool […]

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