# Cheat Sheet
Assorted stuff I use occasionally enough to need but not often enough to memorize. There are no secrets here.
# Look at status of a Glacier vault. aws --profile email@example.com glacier describe-vault --account-id - --vault-name google_backups
# Fixing super slow Git and Curl, etc. because of IPv6
# Add to /etc/ssh/ssh_config AddressFamily inet
# patch remote debugging into executable. # If modification is already applied, reset it so that the next line doesn't set extra flags. sed -i 's@Exec=/usr/bin/google-chrome-stable --remote-debugging-port=9229@Exec=/usr/bin/google-chrome-stable@g' /usr/share/applications/google-chrome.desktop sed -i 's@Exec=/usr/bin/google-chrome-stable@Exec=/usr/bin/google-chrome-stable --remote-debugging-port=9229@g' /usr/share/applications/google-chrome.desktop
# Makes `git push` work more normally. git config --global push.default current
# Web Dev
# Migrate to a specific migration. python manage devel migrate app_name migration_name
Restic wants to dump files into a "repo" which I think is just going to be a file structure in your backup destination.
This ends up in a segmented, encrypted Restic format. So the only way to get the data back is to use Restic and to remember the password.
# Probably add to your .bashrc export B2_ACCOUNT_ID="<MY_ACCOUNT_ID>" export B2_ACCOUNT_KEY="<MY_SECRET_ACCOUNT_KEY>" # To initialize. restic -r b2:my-restic-bucket-name init # To upload a backup. restic -r b2:bucket-name backup ~/Downloads/file_to_backup.tgz # Or even better... mount it as a filesystem. sudo mkdir /mnt/restic sudo chown ablakey:ablakey /mnt/restic/ restic -r /srv/restic-repo mount /mnt/restic # To restore from a backup. restic -r b2:bucket-name restore latest --target file_to_restore.tgz