Thanks to my awesome team at Opensource.com for this nifty surprise. I have to say, “SEO Aficionado” and “Evergreen Content Wiz” might make this the most unique award I’ve ever received.
While the official documentation for OpenStack is a fantastic resource that’s growing every day, sometimes all you’re looking for is a single-purpose guide to walk you through a specific task.
In this monthly roundup of our favorite how-tos, guides, and tutorials, we look at getting OpenStack play well with firewalld and NetworkManager, using Test Kitchen with Puppet on an OpenStack deployment, and more.
In North Carolina, if there are more than two candidates in a primary, the winning candidate must carry at least 40% of the vote in a primary election to win outright. Otherwise, the second-place finisher has the right to request a second runoff primary in which the top two vote-getters from the first primary face off against one another. Second primaries may occur for well-known offices, like Senate or Governor, as well as much lesser-known offices like the various Council of State positions, or may occur for a local race which does not have a statewide component.