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zfs-utils & zfs-dkms update

Error-Message: installing zfs-utils (2.1.4-1) breaks dependency ‘zfs-utils=2.1.3’ required by zfs-dkms 0) Get current installed kernel and check compatibility uname -r 1) Remove the “Ignore these packages on regular upgrade”: in /etc/pacman.conf add [options] #IgnorePkg=zfs-dkms 2) Update zfs-dkms and zfs-utilis simultaneously (when yay calls pacman to install built packages, it does it sequentially.) Use yay -Sa –nodeps zfs-dkms zfs-utils Source:

ABAP 7.4 and beyond

While “ABAP Cloud” and Steampunk is the next big thing… there is modern ABAP available already long time ago. Stay tuned for a new repository, meanwhile check out these resources. Resources: berater-wiki (Neues ABAP ab Release 7.40) SAP styleguides – CleanCode – Modern ABAP Language Elements “Modern ABAP” is or should be used in connection with “Clean Code“:...


To test HD health using SMART data: Commands: Test: sudo smartctl -t /dev/sdc Results: sudo smartctl -a /dev/sdc

ABAP Cloud

Collection of Information. More to come… – ABAP Cloud FAQ SAP NetWeaver 7.5 Maintenance Strategy 22.12.2022 – ABAP Cloud 5.9.2022b – Embedded Steampunk – Some more details for ABAP developers 30.09.2021 – Steampunk is going all in ABAPConf 2022 – Steampunk

Test – Code – Refactor – Repeat: A quick look on TDD

Can you spot the difference? Likely i start coding before testing, hell – often i start coding before the requirements are fixed… Code – Requirements – Refactor – GoLive – Test But there is a better way… TDD.

OData by Example

The last blog-posts laid the theoretical foundation for the OData protocol: Now it’s time for some hands-on. The repository gives examples for service-usage, implementation with SAP CAP, RAP and Fiori. – updated step by step…

HANA partitioning

General information 2.1 Mrd records limit:

OpenSSL 3 f**** up everything

Another arch upgrade, another f**-up. Arch decided to move from OpenSSL 1.1 LTS to 3.0.7-2 breaks a lot in the system – Look at the threads at For me it broke zfs-utils and therefor the succesful mounting of my home-directory. No home – no login… bad The solution, as stated in (totally different software, same issue, same solution):...

OData – Back to basics?

The title is somewhat misleading – but nevertheless it’s a great way to kickstart OData. This are the notes on “Back to basics: OData – the Open Data Protocol” by DJ Adams. For an overview on OData see: SAP Community: Daniel Purucker – Howto OData – High level overview Community-Site: CAP: OData specification: MS Learn OData:

Linux Init processes – and zfs autoimport

Collection of resources on Linux init-demons. It covers the (historical) demons system V, and upstart, as well as the current one: systemd: see – How To Configure a Linux Service to Start Automatically After a Crash or Reboot – Part 1: Practical Examples However as stated, systemd is “more than an init daemon: systemd is a framework that encompasses...