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  • You did WHAT with Ansible?! Automate the Uncommon (my AnsibleFest 2021 Presentation)
    reddit.com/r/ansible | 2021-10-13
    Automate the Pi Dramble website I run in my basement with Drupal Pi.
  • A quick write-up of my current setup with a Raspberry Pi 4
    How is latency and stuff? Any slowness that you wouldn't expect from the software that may come from running it on a rpi4? I've been thinking of setting up a few services, but I kinda want to do something like the Pi Dramble, wasn't even aware that a single pi would have the power to run all of these services. Though I'm not actually surprised it does.
  • Creating a modular pi cluster?
    A couple years ago when I thought I'd have to get into kubernetes for a living, I built a 4x4GB pi4 cluster with the exact parts list from Jeff Geerling's "dramble" setup (link) and did a bunch of experimentation with k3s as a lightweight cluster solution. Worked pretty amazingly for things like "spin me up 10 more of those things" and for moving things around to upgrade the SD card on the 3rd pi while keeping the services running on the other pi. But I don't need to do kubernetes for a living so the cluster is just sitting here collecting dust powered-down basically.
  • Kubernetes 20 Pi cluster
    reddit.com/r/homelab | 2021-04-16
    I see this kind of question asked a lot when people are posting their Kubernetes Pi clusters. The rpi 4 quad core with 4-8GB RAM gives a lot of potential for the price in a kuberenetes setup I feel. I found the pi dramble project interesting, and even more the turing pi using rpi compute modules. Are NUCs really a cheaper alternative for a kubernetes cluster, every time I start try to come up with something I end up with a far more expensive setup and fewer cores. Any hints on viable setups, e.g. replacing 4x POE powered RPI 4's.?
  • My PoE Pi Cluster.
    reddit.com/r/homelab | 2021-03-23
    My setup is exactly the same as the top photo on https://www.pidramble.com just with the stack'o'pi zip-tied to the switch so I can move it around without the things sliding around.
  • M.2 on a Raspberry Pi – The Tofu CM4 Carrier Board
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-03-12
    Another question: is that MB/sec or MiB/sec? Note that the 400 MiB/sec benchmark is 420 MB/sec.

    Not a _huge_ difference, but it is a difference ;)

    The other major difference is anything non-sequential, especially things like 4K reads. This is where the PCIe->USB->SATA (or PCIe->USB->NVMe) adapter overhead really slows things down.

    Try out my benchmark script and see how it fares: https://github.com/geerlingguy/raspberry-pi-dramble/blob/mas...

    (Thank the marketers for making everything confusing with MiB and MB...)


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