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What is self hosted version control system?

What is self hosted version control system and how is it different from github? I mean if I use self-hosted VCS then where does my code go? I mean: does it get uploaded to the server, or it is saved ...
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How do you monitor status and view logs for multiple distributed java applications at a centralized place?

We have multiple java applications running on distributed hosts in our system. As theses applications are processing huge amount of data, it is designed this way. However, it had been a challenge in ...
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Identifying a benchmark to compare overall performance of VM virtualization vs hardware

Which performance index is most suitable to find out real performance of your VM limited by sharing and quotas? For example, if you have a physical server with 4 cores and 16 GB RAM, its performance ...
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Automated Docker swarm reinitialization and token distribution

Imagine you want to reset your Docker swarm from time to time. How do you distribute join tokens to those zillions of nodes? How much automation is possible here?
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How to route to specific, of multiple datacenters, with a single domain

The data of each customer only exist in one of several global datacenters, that all answer to the same hostname (ex. api.company.com) Only a single domain for all customers globally I want to make ...
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How to ensure equitable distribution of SQS messages in a distributed systems setting?

I have multiple servers, each having a script polling an SQS queue [all polling the same queue]. So, is there any way I can ensure an equitable distribution of messages to all those clients [i.e. my ...
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How to avoid “retry storms” in distributed services?

A "retry storm" is caused when clients are configured to retry a set number of times before giving up, a retry policy is necessary because of packets loss will occur in normal operation of a service. ...