Documentation: https://www.home-assistant.io/integrations/http#use_x_forwarded_for When using a reverse proxy with Home Assistant, you will need to enable the use_x_forwarded_for and trusted_proxies options in the configuration.yaml. Requests from reverse proxies will be blocked if these options are not set.
There is a lot going on the the title of this post and there has been a lot of talk lately about the Internet of Things. I have always had a fascination with electronics and while growing up took every chance I could to disassemble something to see how it
One of the initial features I wanted was some way for the home and I to communicate. The Google Home seemed to allow bi-directional communication in the sense that I could speak commands and it could be a speaker to broadcast notifications or report other home metrics or SIRENS.
I realized the cluster was using the maximum number of worker nodes (NodeAutoScalingGroupMaxSize) specified in the CloudFormation template. After contacting support they informed me there is a setting in the template to control the desired capacity (DesiredCapacity).
In a previous post I discussed how to view and change the configuration context that kubectl is currently using. In this post I'll be going over how to create two new context configurations that point to a different kubernetes clusters and point to a specific namespace. In my scenario I
Download the AWS RDS Certificate Bundle https://s3.amazonaws.com/rds-downloads/rds-combined-ca-bundle.pem Install KeyStore Explorer After installing you will need to run KeyStore Explorer as root or run as administrator on Windows. $ sudo /Applications/KeyStore\ Explorer.app/Contents/MacOS/KeyStore\ Explorer Click Open an existing KeyStore Choose the keystore
TLDR; Here is my Dockerfile FROM openjdk:8-jdk MAINTAINER Brayton # create a temp dir in which to work RUN OLDDIR="$PWD" RUN mkdir /tmp/rds-ca && cd /tmp/rds-ca # download the AWS RDS SSL bundle RUN wget https://s3.amazonaws.com/rds-downloads/rds-combined-ca-bundle.pem # split the bundle
After getting my blog running using Google Cloud Platform cloud launcher option with the Bitnami Ghost prebuilt image I noticed the URL in my browser shows the IP address of the VM instead of showing the domain name I expected to see. After some research I found this is a
Recently, I setup a new Kubernetes environment and ran into the scenario of needing to switch between multiple kubernetes (k8s) environments. To manage a k8s environment you must use the kubectl command and when you have multiple k8s environments you must point kubectl to the environment you which to manage.
I found myself having difficulty using macOS Disk Utility to accomplish creating 2 partitions on a USB drive. For some reason my Partition button is greyed out. WARNING: If you follow these instructions you will lose all of the data on the device you specify in the command. Proceed with
Now that I've got the blog online my first post will be about how I got the blog online. The Cloud AWS vs GCP The cloud is making deploying servers incredibly easy even for folks just getting started. Amazon and Google both provide great cloud services and both offer solutions