Having issues to troubleshoot this error and finding the faulty host? Verbose mode won’t help you, neither will looking at your hosts.

One way to go at it, is to run ad-hoc commands, for instance we want to test the variable “ansible_host” which is (or should be) defined in host vars (we use it for templating):

Then you could get grep to filter out the matches like so:

It’s only a matter of time when Ethereum becomes the number one crypto currency and all products are priced in gweis. In some measures Ethereum already beat Bitcoin. In others, it’s well underway to become #1.

It’s already doing 6x as many transactions as the Bitcoin network.

It has almost as many active wallets as Bitcoin.

The hype around NFT and DeFI will only keep growing ETH and leave Bitcoin well behind it’s stagnant growth.

Keep up with the flippening using https://flippening.org/

If the official documentation at the link below didn’t help: https://community.cloudflare.com/t/community-tip-fixing-error-520-web-server-is-returning-an-unknown-error/44205

I checked all the important things:

  • I checked Nginx/PHP/Application logs and nothing.
  • Server logs and monitoring, and nothing
  • Firewall rules allow all Cloudflare IP ranges, all good here.
  • Checked requests/responses on tcpdump and all looks good

tcpdump command to…

My late Friday creation, a quick one page website dedicated to “Banks are Clowns” or “Banks are Zeros” as popularized by Wall Street Playboys.

You can access it at https://clownbanks.com/

It’s about the recently launched NFT crypto project, Hashmasks, wherein a variety of randomly and automatically made art is made from a few different parameters to achieve a unique result. Using the Blockchain to record ownership of each piece. Hashmasks stands out by adding another level of exclusivity, by allowing naming each piece an exclusive name using the NCT tokens.

My website is a showcase of all the Clown Banks, Hashmasks that have clown masks and have been named after Banks. I hope I got all of them listed.

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