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Month: May 2019

Add an HTTP echo service to your Kubernetes cluster

Add an HTTP echo service to your Kubernetes cluster

Kubernetes is a lot of fun and also a maze of settings and services. When working on your Ingress rules, it’s good to have something on the inside to validate your configuration. Echo service to the rescue! Example Imagine you’ve got a bunch of services in your cluster, sharing a common base path (in this case /api/echo). And you’ve got ingress in place to manage routing. To see “what gets through” is especially useful when you’re using Ingress’ URL rewriting….

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Spring Cloud Config with public/private key git access – solving the “Auth fail” error

Spring Cloud Config with public/private key git access – solving the “Auth fail” error

So I was setting up Spring Cloud Config for our project. Access your config through a public Git repo seems quite straight forward. And then it wasn’t. This post is about solving the “Auth fail” error when using a public/private keypair. A basic (server) setup So the Spring Cloud Config (SCC from here on) server has to have access to your Git repo. If you don’t want to or can’t supply a username password, a public/private keypair is possible. The…

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IntelliJ slow or sluggish on macOS? You’re not alone and it’s easily fixed!

IntelliJ slow or sluggish on macOS? You’re not alone and it’s easily fixed!

Lately, when working from home, IntelliJ would slow down and act like it’s running on a Pentium 2 instead of an i7… Simply scrolling through an XML file is problematic with intermittent pauses. And only when working from home, at the office everything worked fine! The problem Problem solving mode on. Activity monitor. Run glances. Change keyboard, mouse, unplug USB hub altogether, disconnect and work from laptop only. WWAAAAAIIITT… Now it’s performing as expected! After some digging I found that…

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