I'm Josh, also known as Jodhus. Adequate husband, passable father, functional systems administrator.

Things that make me happy:

  • I'm into . I'm quite nostalgic for the and computers I owned as a child.
  • My father introduced me to and in the late 90's and I've used them both ever since. He was also instrumental in encouraging the concepts of and to me at an early age.
  • My way of giving back to my friends/family/community is by and offering various services to them, including services that promote .
  • I like to tinker with and programming, leading to questionable results.
  • I find humor in almost anything and tend to not be offended by much; however, I will explode into fits of giggles for and humor. I am a big fan of and .
  • I love most genres of music, but I'm not a fan of pop and modern country.
  • I used to have lots of fun with back when my camera was state-of-the-art, but have not had the chance in nearly two decades.
  • The way to my heart is through , , and most other Asian cuisine.
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Starfield photo mode can be fun.

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Adding up to six parallel processes for microblog.pub has been slowly thinning the gap of backlog AP events. I'm only two days behind, down from ten since over a week and a half ago! :tomservo:

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I have some noisy neighbors on my VPS and my microblog.pub instance is taking a serious beating from it. I'm over 10 days behind in events. O_o

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Thanks to some out-of-control process on my host node (but some other VM), my VPS provider had to reboot it. Now my microblog.pub instance here is behind by 4-5 hours and can't catch up. . .

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After nearly five years since it's release, Intel still can't stabilize their "igc" driver for use on I-225V Rev. 3 chipsets. Of course it would be the onboard chip on my motherboard. . .

For anybody else out there with similar issues, try adding this to your grub boot command line:

pcie_aspm.policy=performance pcie_port_pm=off