Azure VPN gateway transit for virtual network peering

I have a Virtual Network(VPN Network) with a Virtual Network Gateway, which is connected to VPN instance on AWS using Site-to-Site connection. Also, I created two networks VNET-A(10.10.0.0/16) and VNET-B(10.20.0.0/16) with peerings connected to VPN Network. Network Peering connections However, I’m unable to ping instances from AWS network. Is there something I’m missing? Current setup…

“/sbin/apparmor_parser apparmor_parser –version” core dumps

I’m having apparmor trouble today, which is preventing me from using docker. Specifically: $ /sbin/apparmor_parser apparmor_parser –version below cmd output started 2019 Fri Nov 22 09:06:41 AM PST Bus error (core dumped) strace’ing it reveals nothing interesting. I tried stopping and disabling apparmor, but it didn’t help. I also tried rebooting. That too didn’t help.…

What’s the equivalent of Nagios time periods in Prometheus? [on hold]

Say I have this time period configured in Nagios: define timeperiod { timeperiod_name 24×7 alias 24 Hours A Day, 7 Days A Week sunday 00:00-24:00 monday 00:00-24:00 tuesday 00:00-24:00 wednesday 00:00-24:00 thursday 00:00-24:00 friday 00:00-24:00 saturday 00:00-24:00 } What would be the equivalent in Prometheus (using AlertManager) so I can avoid alerts during certain time…