Re: @DrXym - Whatever for?
unfortunately the Linux write NTFS support can generate files and directories that are not properly managed in Windows and MacOS.
Thus making NTFS a tricky option where an external drive is used on more than one OS.
5 posts • joined 15 Jun 2020
today's outage didn't stop my CI pipeline as it is on a locally controlled Jenkins PC and it is not difficult to point to a different repo if needed.
The big problem is it borked a pull request. I needed to push additional changes due to review comments. But the github pull request didn't update. I ended up pushing another change to force it to notice.
With git the code is safe (nicely distributed ...) but all the info, review comments etc are only in github (AFAIK). Migrating that extra stuff is where the pain is.
When I had a choice, I used gitlab since there is a locally hosted fallback option.
I use docker for testing code against known configurations. Even if there is a security issue with a configuration I still need to test the code against it.
(+ add a new configuration to the test set with any security fix applied).
I'd be very concerned if tagged base images were being changed.
Once tagged that should be it. Have an update, use a new tag.
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