I’m still in the Nagios world. My current XI install has ~2,000 hosts and ~43,000 services on one box and running great! I really miss the Nagios World Conferences, all the comradery, learning new stuff, and even giving my own presentationsI started a new site to focus on my Nagios projects that have been released in the wild. At the time of this post I haven’t gone much further than designing the site and putting a little content on it. My hope is to get the site filled with content and start some small regional get togethers. Check it out at nagios.club. Please let me know if you’d like to contribute in same manner!
Sometime in the winter of 2017 I decided to buy a couple car models to spend time on while the wife and I were watching TV. I put a couple together and found the time very relaxing. I wanted a way to display my models when completed and using the clear cases just seemed boring. I decided to build a diorama or a service shop and began designing on paper and in my head. I found an issue locating any garage doors in the scale needed and my buddy Pat convinced me to buy a 3D printer and make them myself! I bought a printer(2 actually, first one was insufficient and I returned it) and started designing the garage doors in SketchUp. I got them all printed but then stored them away for about 8 months, when I started working on the diorama again. In between all that time, I printed a crap ton of other items, i.e. misc household items, Christmas and birthday gifts, anything I could think of! I was hooked! Anyone that wants to buy me a Prusa i3 MK3 you’d be my best friend for life!
Here is a small list of some of the items I’ve made: Bandit’s Makes
Well, the site needed restarted. I’m slowly getting there and making sure it is protected from malware from the start! Check back often.