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Fixing Docker Command Auto Completion in Mac OS Catalina

After having upgraded to Mac OS Catalina the configuration of docker auto completion for both bash and zsh as suggested here will no longer work - probably due to the read-only system volume. >>

arne on docker, mac os | 16 OCTOBER 2019

Data Exploration In BASH

Sometimes it is necessary to do some initial exploration in huge data files like a .csv without a GUI: Sometimes you might only have a terminal window but no GUI application like Excel or an Editor available or sometimes the files are just so big that it takes ages for them to load and/or work with them in a GUI application. >>

arne on nosql, linux | 22 MAY 2019

Import CSV Data into Redis with a Single CLI Command

A few weeks back at talpasolutions I needed - only for performance testing purposes - to import a .tsv file (round about 600,000 lines with time-stamped sensor data in 15 columns) to see how Redis handles it (especially memory wise). As it turned out the import is feasible with a single, one-(long)-line cli command. >>

arne on nosql, redis, linux | 12 FEBRUARY 2019

Playing Around with Redis 5 - LOLWUT

This is a post you do not need to read. There is no why in it. Just art. With Redis 5, besides the new native data type streams, a new tradition was initiated: The (technologically) use-/reasonless LOLWUT command. >>

arne on redis, nosql | 31 OCTOBER 2018

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