A short investigation on IPv6 configuration issue I happen to have after moving to Seattle. The solution is simple, just use NDP proxy... but why and when it's needed is way more intriguing.
Official image has many problems due to old kernel (3.8).
Enjoy upgraded image: archlinux-bpi-r1-2017-28-2017-4.6.5-sunxi-mainline.img
Probably every and each one of have already heard about IPv6. Texts like "IPv4 is over" or "IPv4 Address-space is exhausted" are flooding the internet. So, why should I even bother about moving to IPv6? What are benefits?
Embedded devices such as RaspberryPI don't have enough power for running hadoop jobs. It is a really complex peace of software. Instead of trying to adapt it I decided to use more "lightweight" solution which is OpenMPI map-reduce. MPI was designed for distributed computations, so why not run map-reduce framework on it? Let's do it!