…commercial competitors disappeared until onlywas left with . Linux was able to survive in the open-source corner, a niche that is hard to tackle even for large corporations. But it was no serious opponent in the world of window systems.
This has changed. There are 750 million today. Times in the IT industry change fast. Now apparently the Microsoft empire starts to decay (or at best to stagnate). The very pillars which made Microsoft successful … devices
…for a new system usually everything is up-to-date. But then time goes on, and you have to update the Linux version, or the Ruby version, or the RubyGems Version. And suddenly the other versions no longer fit. It can be very frustrating to get the system working again in this case.
Software programs usually are not fault-tolerant systems at a basic level, there is no graceful degradation in machine language. On the lowest level in machine language or assembly the program works only if …
…scheduling out of the kernel and put it into the application, where it can be done efficiently. Let Linux handle the control plane and let the the application handle the data plane.
The result will be a system that can handle 10 million concurrent connections with 200 clock cycles for packet handling and 1400 hundred clock cycles for application logic. As a main memory access costs 300 clock cycles it's key to design in way that minimizes code and cache misses.
With a data plane oriented …
For the # 1171721 .and the Linux , the -version message which should include the revision was showing "undefined". Bug fixed
For the # 1171721 .and the Linux , the --version message which should include the revision was showing "undefined". Bug fixed
Redundant code has been removed from xtrabackup.cc . Bug fixed # 1162765 .
Release notes with all the bugfixes for2.0.7 are available …
…appears that this comment is correct for all of the Linux 2.4 series kernels, and all Linux 2.5 kernels less than 2.5.65 .
32-bit and 64-bit thread stacks
Starting with Linux 2.5.65 (more practically, Linux 2.6.0 ), support for both 32-bit and 64-bit thread stacks had made its way into the kernel. 32-bit thread stacks would be stored in a segment selector while 64-bit thread stack addresses would be stored in a model specific register ( MSR).
Unfortunately, as was reported back …
Able to work in a * nix/ Linux environment
Use source control exclusively, Git preferably
Use ftp to deploy applications
Write tests with UnitTest, RSpec or some other test-driven framework
Additional Desirable Business Competencies
Comfortable working with business model canvases such as Lean Canvas
Experience developing design requirements for a Minimum Viable Product ( MVP)
…Phantom.js on a Linux server, such as adding fonts that may not be part of your default Linux server setup, but it's pretty easy to get going. For this gist with instructions on getting decent rendering quality .10.04, you can check out
*To accommodate passing parameters along from an URLcrypt, an . Alternatively, you could also … , MIT-licensed Ruby library for ‘elegant' encrypted URLsemail to our app, I've released
…implementation you're using, but I'm going to focus on what is perhaps the most common case: MRI on a Linux host.
`gdb` is a time-tested and widely available tool that can be used to interrogate a running process on a variety of UNIX-ish platforms. You can attach to a running process with gdb by using the -p option, like this: ``` gdb -p ```
Once gdb has successfully attached to the target process, it will drop you at a prompt. The very first thing you should do here is to gather …
…with bug and security fixes provided until April 2017. Highlights include the Linux 3.2 kernel, 2.2.22, 1.1.19, 1.5, 7, upgrades for and and many more bug and security fixes.
We've included the usual Brightbox Ruby deployment stack and our "next generation" Ruby 1.8.7 and 1.9.3 packages, as well as the latest passenger. A significant change from Lucid-based Brightboxes is that Ruby 1.9.3 is now …