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(#l7ek66a) @prologic This is weird, but today, out of nowhere, `yarnd` filled up the disk on the VPS where I run it. It's never done anything like this before and I have no idea why it would start. But it threw almost 700 Gbytes of data into `/tmp` in files like this: ``` yarnd-avatar-1087570772 yarnd-avatar-1599127133 yarnd-avatar-2042956376 yarnd-avatar-2562946212 yarnd-avatar-3274766535 yarnd-avatar-3931929859 yarnd-avatar-553201529 yarnd-avatar-1089125452 yarnd-avatar-1606826819 yarnd-avatar-2089122560 yarnd-avatar-2611944556 yarnd-avatar-3310922372 yarnd-avatar-3938996661 yarnd-avatar-556240195 yarnd-avatar-1101228867 yarnd-avatar-1618755765 yarnd-avatar-2104107259 yarnd-avatar-2641384948 yarnd-avatar-3326285269 yarnd-avatar-3939402047 yarnd-avatar-559344463 yarnd-avatar-1112165824 yarnd-avatar-1650827505 yarnd-avatar-2142824779 yarnd-avatar-2680659340 yarnd-avatar-3340682113 yarnd-avatar-3998621883 yarnd-avatar-570292705 yarnd-avatar-1119886894 yarnd-avatar-1656673647 yarnd-avatar-2160786463 yarnd-avatar-271923479 yarnd-avatar-3374584613 yarnd-avatar-4005102536 yarnd-avatar-595490106 yarnd-avatar-1131417623 yarnd-avatar-1685698239 yarnd-avatar-2165405940 yarnd-avatar-2793562275 yarnd-avatar-3380606954 yarnd-avatar-4016872095 yarnd-avatar-679251850 yarnd-avatar-1160959085 yarnd-avatar-1746759128 yarnd-avatar-2171489899 yarnd-avatar-2842068287 yarnd-avatar-3416352997 yarnd-avatar-4110048378 yarnd-avatar-679950970 yarnd-avatar-1231649265 yarnd-avatar-1752278279 yarnd-avatar-2251317422 yarnd-avatar-2843868670 yarnd-avatar-3468636088 yarnd-avatar-4116552474 yarnd-avatar-737874628 ``` 164 files. Some are empty, some are 7 or even 10 Gbyte. Any idea what would cause that? And why now, after running `yarnd` for so long with nothing like this happening?

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(#sderf2q) @prologic well... > “And for that, we send our heartfelt thanks and apologies for the inconvenience,” the email read, according to a screenshot shared by the source. The same email was also posted on X by someone else. “To express our gratitude, your next cup of coffee or late night snack is on us!” Source: Techcrunch With apology offers like these, who would remember? 🤣

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(#ndodcuq) @prologic I reckon, it's just so that they can say: "Oh, whoopsy daisy. Too bad that you fell for our trap. Sorry, it's entirely your own fault. Go away, leave us alone." The bullet point 8.6 continues right away (I forgot the ellipsis in my initial quote, excuse me): > […][…=] Customer agrees that it is Customer’s responsibility to ensure safe use of an Offering and the CrowdStrike Tools in such applications and installations. CROWDSTRIKE DOES NOT WARRANT ANY THIRD PARTY PRODUCTS OR SERVICES. And in the one before that: > 8.5 No Guarantee. CUSTOMER ACKNOWLEDGES, UNDERSTANDS, AND AGREES THAT CROWDSTRIKE DOES NOT GUARANTEE OR WARRANT THAT IT WILL FIND, LOCATE, OR DISCOVER ALL OF CUSTOMER’S OR ITS AFFILIATES’ SYSTEM THREATS, VULNERABILITIES, MALWARE, AND MALICIOUS SOFTWARE, AND CUSTOMER AND ITS AFFILIATES WILL NOT HOLD CROWDSTRIKE RESPONSIBLE THEREFOR. In other words: "Just give us your money and hope for the best. It might work. Maybe." Nope, of course it doesn't.

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(#lu7gjvq) @prologic @lyse It’s better this way. 😂 I don’t like all this negativity in tech. We tend to focus on bad aspects too much, imho. Then again, it’s *really easy* to focus on bad stuff, simply because there’s so much of it. 😂

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