Working from home has a different rhythm. I work in segments with home chores mixed in. Today I’m doing this at 6:00, along with some coding. Then some morning exercise, breakfast, and work till noon. Ride, lunch and more work till about 3:00. By that time my brain is broken, and I take a break and do light chores. Today I may finally get my road bike ready for spring. Then simple work like commenting for a few hours. In the evenings I find I like watching shows about competent people fixing things and making them better. Bitchin’ Rides is extremely soothing.
- Fixing dates
- integrating the estimated deaths from rate and current deaths as area under the curve until zero.
- Work on documentation. Also make sure word wrap works
- This. Is. Bad.
- Once more, this is Italy. What I’ve done is round-tripped the rates to produce an estimate of total deaths. If calculating rates is taking the derivative, calculating a death prediction is integration. So, if the calculations are right, and Italy is at zero new deaths around April 17th, the toll is around 27 thousand total deaths. That’s 0.04% of the population. If those numbers hold for the US at 327 million, that’s a total of 145,550. The White House is estimating numbers of 100,000 to 240,000, which means their average prediction is that we will fare worse than Italy.
- Fixed bugs, worked with Zach, made progress. Aaron is starting to appear again!
- Tweak John’s slides
- More on saving and restoring docker containers. I think I’m close. Then install InfluxDB and test if I can see the dashboard
- Still having problems. I can create, run, add, delete, and tag the images, but I can’t run them. I think I’m getting ahead of myself. Back to reading
So it turns out that I was doing everything right but the load. Here’s how it works
- docker run container -it –name imagename some-os /bin/sh
- Install what needs to be installed. Poke around, save things, etc
- docker container commit imagename modified-os
- docker save modified-os> modified-os.tar
- docker rmi modified-os
- docker load < modified-os.tar
- docker run container -it –name imagename modified-os /bin/sh