Rants

The sad state of social media support among Indian companies

Use of social media by Indian companies have skyrocketed in the recent years due to many reasons, two to be specific –

  1. It helps people connect directly with government – a lot has been done in this regard under the Digital India initiative.
  2. Since social media is a public space, brands / companies are pressurized to correctly resolve the issue or it is a ticking time bomb for them in case the problem becomes viral, can damage reputation easily.

Now coming back to the support brands on Twitter, an example here:

April 10, 2018|Categories: India, Rants|Tags: , |0 Comments

A failed experiment with GlusterFS

GlusterFS is a clustered file system that can be used when you want to share the content across different machines which can be accomplished by NFS as well. But the difference is, NFS failover is hard.

In GlusterFS, you can add two servers known as bricks in Gluster’s terminology on which your volume can be created as a replica. All data is replicated to both the servers by Gluster. GlusterFS has support for advertising the volumes as NFS shares as well, but I didn’t use it because of the basic reason – failover.

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July 18, 2014|Categories: Linux, Rants|Tags: , , , |9 Comments

Things You Should Know Before Ranting About Android or iOS

There’s an old proverb: A little knowledge is a dangerous thing

I love rants. Don’t believe me? Read the title of my blog. So yeah, you’re convinced that I really love rants.

Notice that proverb above? Yes, that’s what I’m going to tell you in this post.

A lot of people who are fans of either Apple, Android, Google or iOS rant a lot about the one they like, and talk illogical bullshit about platform they hate. No, I’m not one of them. I’m not a fanboy specifically. I know the advantages and disdvantages of each OS and most importantly in addition to […]

August 26, 2012|Categories: Rants|Tags: , |28 Comments
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