Setting routes on the climbing wall, I can now go across the entire width in one climb. “B-Side” is my new challenge route to complete.
Finished and mounted the support frame for section 3 of the climbing wall. A challenge to install. Now on to the hinged climbing frame.
K and I are not going to do requal for ski patrol this year. We just want to ski for a year with no schedule and see how that goes.
Well, internet is down, anyone want to drop over and play in the wood shop? Building a squat rack and an addition to the climbing wall.
Just a quick one on a script I wrote for Nagios in cases where I am using a passive monitoring service. In this case I have a backup script that reports to Nagios once a week. This timeframe is set using the “freshness_threshold” configuration option. If Nagios does not receive an update in this timeframe, measured from the last update, it will try to execute the active check associated with the service. This, of course, may be a problem if you don’t have an active check to use. Using the echoback.sh script listed below, I just set the active check to use it and pass the appropriate error information that I will want sent to me into the parameters.
Dinner from your own garden tastes better by default. #SweatEquity
On vacation: everything breaks at the office. Not my fault. I wonder if my Reality Distortion Field is holding some older stuff together.