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Hist Triggers in Linux 4.7
Hist Triggers in Linux 4.7. 08 Jun 2016. Hist triggers is a new tracing feature that recently landed in Linux 4.7-rc1. It allows the creation of custom, efficient, in-kernel histograms. Cue some screenshots! syscalls by process name and PID. # echo 'hist:key=common_pid.execname' ...
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How Windows Subsystem for Linux works
This is the third in a series of blog posts on the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). For background information you may want to read the architectural overview and introduction to pico processes. Posted on behalf of Stephen Hufnagel. System calls WSL executes unmodified Linux ELF64 binaries by emulating a Linux kernel interface on top...
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Torus: A modern distributed storage system by CoreOS
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Testing web services with traffic control on Kubernetes
This is part 2 of our “testing applications with traffic control series”. See part 1, testing degraded network scenarios with rkt, for detailed information about how traffic control works on Linux. In this installment we demonstrate how to test web services with traffic control on Kubernetes.
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A Lament For The LAN Party
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The End of the Router?
I can still remember my first encounter with a router. It was in 1993 when I was a freshman in college and the network administrator…
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What does it mean that ZFS is included in Debian?
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Abusing Privileged and Unprivileged Linux Containers. In this paper, we'll discuss several security pitfalls with Linux containers. Many of them are intrinsic to the design of the container systems, or may be the result of insecure defaults. We'll analyze historical container attacks, and how they are currently ...
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How (and Why) to Log Your Entire Bash History
An easy bit of Bash configuration that will log your bash history to dated log files so you can refer back to them at any point in the future.
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