I have some serious film inventory to shoot in 2015…

I have some serious film inventory to shoot in 2015… 120mm Rolls

2 Ilford fp4
6 Ilford delta 100
4 Ilford delta 320p
9 Ilford hp5
1 Fuji Relia 100
14 Fuji neopan acros 100
5 Kodak portra 400
1 Kodak portra 160
1 Kodak ektar 100
5 Ilford panf 50
5 Ilford delta 400

35mm Rolls

1 Arista 100
1 Arista 400
12 hp5
9 drugstore color 400 and 200

Instant film

14 fp3000b
4 fp100c

120mm Rolls

2 Ilford fp4
6 Ilford delta 100
4 Ilford delta 3200
9 Ilford hp5
1 Fuji Relia 100
14 Fuji neopan acros 100
5 Kodak portra 400
1 Kodak portra 160
1 Kodak ektar 100
5 Ilford panf 50
5 Ilford delta 400

35mm Rolls

1 Arista 100
1 Arista 400
12 hp5
9 drugstore color 400 and 200

Instant film

14 fp3000b
4 fp100c

 

 

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Keeping notes

I’ve been an on again off again note keeper since my teens. It seems I start keeping notes and then I lose my notebook or forget it at home and just end up using sticky notes or note pads which fall apart and end up in the trash.

For the new year I’m going to attempt to re-kindle my note-taking efforts in an attempt to make my life better organized. I’m hoping this will help me achieve some of the goals I have set out for myself, both personally and professionally.

Right now I’m trying to decide between different notebooks and what the ideal size might be. For simple note taking a small pocket notebook would be ideal but I find they cause me hand cramps if I do any real volume of writing. The flip side is that if I go too big I’m apt to leave it on my desk at home.

I’m going to go out at lunch tomorrow to see what I can find, I’ll do a followup post if I find something I like.

FreeBSD10-Stable Boot Failure with ZFS root

So I recently upgraded my 10-Stable machine at home to get some of the latest fix-ups. I forgot to update the boot code but I figured it would be a big deal since I was going from 10-stable to 10-stable. After rebooting I was greeted with “ZFS: unsupported feature: com.delphix:hole_birth” followed by no bootable zpools found. Ugh.

Downloaded the latest stable memstick image and booted off it to update the boot code.

gpart bootcode -b /boot/pmbr -p /boot/gptzfsboot -i 1 ada0

Moral of the story? If you don’t update the boot code on a zfs root machine during an upgrade you’re going to have a bad time.

Enable “browse” mode with RHEL autofs

At $WORK I had a requirement to have all autofs mounts in NIS show up as directories in the filesystem. This means that if you have a NIS map called auto.data file that mounts everything under /data/sharename that sharename has to be visible, even if it’s not mounted. This allows users to have a list of all possible NFS automounts.

In Solaris the default behavior is to make all these mount points visible but in RHEL 6 (and Centos I’m sure) the default is to have this feature disabled. Which means unless a mount is active it’s not visible in /data.

This behavior can be controlled by the BROWSE_MODE=”yes” setting in /etc/sysconfig/autofs. Once this is set just issue an autofs reload and your automounts will populate with their mount directories.