Tag: programming

Why You Write Code When You Interview with Clustrix

Why Write Code in an Interview with Clustrix? Everyone who interviews for a job with Clustrix eventually finds themselves standing at a whiteboard with a marker and a task, “Write some code that will do X.” For the kinds of people we’re looking for here, this is their bread and […]

Running the Ruby on Rails Database Performance Benchmark

The Ruby on Rails Performance Benchmark is described in a white paper available on the Clustrix website. I’m going to go through the high-level steps to get the appropriate pieces of software deployed and configured within your user environment so that you can take a look at benchmarking a 3-node […]

Scripting SSH with Python

How to Script SSH with Python The other day Aaron Passey, our CTO, pointed out to me that I’ve written the same bit of code in different languages at each of the last 3 places I’ve worked. I figured that since this seems to be something commonly useful, yet not […]

Running a Devnode Cluster Across Multiple Boxes

In my last post, we used devnodectl to fire up a simple 3-node cluster, with all nodes running on the same system.  This is interesting insofar as it demonstrates the functionality of the cluster, but we’re certainly quite resource limited trying to emulate three nodes on one box.  In this […]