kandi X-RAY | stolon Summary
kandi X-RAY | stolon Summary
This is currently an alpha grade project. It has not been tested on multiple dirty password lists. Please file issues and include your list data that is causing breakage. Better yet, file a pull request. Stolon is a multithreaded password wordlist management script inspired by tooling such as rurasort and PACK. Stolon is written in Python 3. You can use Stolon to filter dirty wordlists or dumps into usable password lists.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Return a list of candidates that match the leetspeak substitution
- Add an object reference
- Validate the object reference
- Filter a line
- Validate candidate word
- Return lines that are switchable
- Filter out switchable lines
- Returns True if candidate_word is above a given weight
- Filter out lines that are switchable
stolon Key Features
stolon Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on stolon
I understand that the exchange type
x-modulus-hash has given its place to
x-consistent-hash. I am trying to deploy an app, the source code for which uses
x-modulus-hash and I can't change it.
Which version of
RabbitMQ should I revert back to? I am deploying the app using the stolon/rabbitmq-ha helm chart. It would be more useful to know the suitable version for this chart.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-28 at 13:50
Alright, my bad!
x-modulus-hash has not been discontinued. It is an exchange type that will be add when the sharding plugin is enabled using the following command:
Hi I am new to infra related work.
I am asked to copy 0.14.0 version of stolon binary files like
stolonctl, stolon-keeper, stolon-proxy and
stolon-sentinal to our postgresHa docker-container.
I created a new container using the files in git hub and got those binaries and used them for my purpose.
Now when I try to find the version by using:
stolon-keeper version 1beee94295d009c171d89f644c854d464d7b77c8
I copied the files from
But now I need to give my docker image to QA people.
How can I find the exact version from the above statement?...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Nov-01 at 03:01
The binary files are generated by the CI uppon new releases.
You need to download the available ones directly from the release page assets (e.g.,
stolon-v0.14.0-linux-amd64.tar.gz from v0.14.0), then the versions should be right:
I have the following text...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Dec-18 at 13:30
Split using a lookahead:
We are planning to use Kube for Postgres deployments. Our applications will be microservices with separated schema (or logical database). For security sake, we'd like to have separate users for each schema/logical_db.
I suppose that the db/schema&user should be created by Kube, so the application itself does not need to have access to DB admin account.
In Stolon it seems there is just a possibility to create a single user and single database and this seems to be the case also for other HA Postgres charts.
Question: What is the preferred way in Microservices in Kube to create DB users?...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jan-16 at 10:15
When it comes to creating user, as you said, most charts and containers will have environment variables for creating a user at boot time. However, most of them do not consider the possibility of creating multiple users at boot time.
What other containers do is, as you said, have the root credentials in k8s secrets so they access the database and create the proper schemas and users. This does not necessarily need to be done in the application logic but, for example, using an init container that sets up the proper database for your application to run.
This way you would have a pod with two containers: one for your application and an init container for setting up the DB.
I'm trying to setup a helm chart where using SSL is a parameter that you pass to the connection string to run a migration and having problems understanding the
useSSL parameter for the jdbc postgres connection string.
Documentation for jdbc SSL client: https://jdbc.postgresql.org/documentation/91/ssl-client.html (talks about
My command is as follows:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Mar-20 at 20:37
- Please clarify pgjdbc version as you ask. I recommend upgrading pgjdbc to a current version (e.g. to 42.2.2)
useSSLwas never treated as a connection parameter. This property is basically ignored
You might have better luck with
sslmodeproperty (see https://jdbc.postgresql.org/documentation/head/connect.html ). It supercedes
sslproperty and provides flexibility in the the way you configure the connection
sslmodepossible values include
- You can inspire from https://github.com/pgjdbc/pgjdbc/blob/REL42.2.2/pgjdbc/src/test/java/org/postgresql/test/ssl/SslTest.java#L67 as well
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use stolon like any standard Python library. You will need to make sure that you have a development environment consisting of a Python distribution including header files, a compiler, pip, and git installed. Make sure that your pip, setuptools, and wheel are up to date. When using pip it is generally recommended to install packages in a virtual environment to avoid changes to the system.
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