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Seafood restaurant
http://tabelog.com/tokyo/A1303/A130301/13014547/
Price: average
Quality: high
Wait: low

Miso Ramen 500
Shoyu Ramen 500
Not very hot
Very fast
Thin noodles
Noodle okawari one free
Shoyu Ramen is white?!
Maa maa.

Chinese-run ramen restaurant.
http://r.gnavi.co.jp/hkbg44rm0000/
Price: low
Quality: low
Wait: low

牛タン塩焼き定食、1200円

Restaurant: 

炭火焼。居酒屋。昼定食
http://r.gnavi.co.jp/g492115/lang/en/
Price: average
Quality: consistently high
Wait: low

I have a testcase shell script. I want to completely remove the history of some subdirectories in my git repositoiry, but I can't figure out how.

I thought that I could fool git by creating a new repo and only merging the files that I want to keep:


mkdir newrepo
git init; touch README; git add .; git commit -m "initial"
git remote add oldrepo /path/to/oldrepo
git merge -s ours --no-commit
git read-tree --prefix=subdir1 -u
git commit -m "merged subdir1"

Attempting here to document a process that I always seem to need but never seem to be able to remember.

# Force the degraded array to assemble even if it would
# be unsafe

mdadm --assemble --scan --force
# Look at details of array to discover which disks are
# removed
mdadm -D /dev/md0
# Add any disks that are removed to the array so that they
# start recovery
mdadm /dev/md0 -a /dev/sde1
mdadm /dev/md0 -a /dev/sdf1
# Tell Linux to increase the amount of time it spends
# recovering RAID devices

echo 100000 > /proc/sys/dev/raid/speed_limit_min
# Create a window to monitor the recovery progress
xterm -e watch -n 10 cat /proc/mdstat &
# Discover the names of the volume groups
pvscan
# Activate all known volume groups
vgchange -ay

# Recover journal and sanity check
fsck /dev/mapper/lvm--raid-lvm0

Other potentially useful links: Linux RAID wiki, hacking lvm

I have attached a testcase shell script. I want to downgrade a sub-project, but can't figure out how. Here's the story:

I created two repos, "subproject" and "superproject". I committed several versions of some files into subproject, giving them tags "v0", "v1", "v2"... etc. In superproject, I added subproject as a repo and merged it as a subtree:

git remote add subproject ../subproject
git fetch --tags subproject
git merge -s ours --no-commit v1
git read-tree --prefix=subproject/ -u v1

Today at Motorola's mass holiday lunch I was trying to get Kirill Orlov to teach me how to make the diminuitive name for each of the Russians in the group. After my feeble attempts to mimic his pronunciation, he told me I remind him of this joke.

An American staying in Moscow wakes up with a hangover, and goes out for some hair-of-the-dog. Someone at the party the previous night had told him about the beer kiosks on the street and even wrote down how to ask for beer.

The American gets to the kiosk and pulls out his paper, and in a halting American accent, he asks the Russian equivalent of "Can I have some beer?"

The kiosk was out of beer, so the girl says "Nyet". Then the American consults the paper again, and in a halting American accent, says the Russian equivalent of "DAMNIT! That's just my luck!"