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April 2019

pSnapper: Linux Process Snapper Page and Videos

I have created a new page & uploaded videos of my Linux Process Snapper hacking session:
Resources Homepage: https://tp.dev/psnapper GitHub: https://github.com/tanelpoder/psnapper Videos Video 1: Exploring /proc Filesystem & System Calls Hacking Session Video 2: Linux Process Snapper Demo Slide(s) The only slide I showed during the hacking session is this:
As I didn’t get to cover some planned Linux tracing topics today, I guess this means we’ll have another hacking session some day!

pSnapper: Linux Process Snapper Page and Videos

I have created a new page & uploaded videos of my Linux Process Snapper hacking session:
Resources Homepage: https://tp.dev/psnapper GitHub: https://github.com/tanelpoder/psnapper Videos Video 1: Exploring /proc Filesystem & System Calls Hacking Session Video 2: Linux Process Snapper Demo Slide(s) The only slide I showed during the hacking session is this:
As I didn’t get to cover some planned Linux tracing topics today, I guess this means we’ll have another hacking session some day!

pSnapper: Linux Process Snapper Page and Videos

I have created a new page & uploaded videos of my Linux Process Snapper hacking session:
Resources Homepage: https://tp.dev/psnapper GitHub: https://github.com/tanelpoder/psnapper Videos Video 1: Exploring /proc Filesystem & System Calls Hacking Session Video 2: Linux Process Snapper Demo Slide(s) The only slide I showed during the hacking session is this:
As I didn’t get to cover some planned Linux tracing topics today, I guess this means we’ll have another hacking session some day!

Ansible tips’n’tricks: testing and debugging Ansible scripts using Vagrant

At last year’s UKOUG I presented about Vagrant and how to use this great piece of software to test and debug Ansible scripts easily. Back then in December I promised a write-up, but for various reasons only now got around to finishing it.

Vagrant’s Ansible Provisioner

Vagrant offers two different Ansible provisioners: “ansible” and “ansible_local”. The “ansible” provisioner depends on a local Ansible installation, on the host. If this isn’t feasible, you can use “ansible_local” instead. As the name implies it executes code on the VM instead of on the host. This post is about the “ansible” provisioner.

Most people use Vagrant with the default VirtualBox provider, and so do I in this post.

Indexing The Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse (Autobahn)

When the Autonomous Data Warehouse was initially released in March 2018, one of the notable restrictions was that it did not support typical Data Warehouse performance related structures such as Indexes, Partitioning or Materialized Views. The platform was deemed efficient enough to not require these features, which would unnecessarily complicate the autonomous environment. In September […]

Announcing Linux Process Snapper tool and a Linux Troubleshooting Hacking Session (3rd April 9am PDT)

As I’m having fun preparing for my Linux troubleshooting training, I’ll also do another informal hacking session to give you an idea of what’s coming up! This week’s hacking session is deliberately without any slides, planning or much structure, but with lots of fun and … hacking! This session will be about some Linux tools I use for my everyday work and I’ll even publish an early version of a new open source Linux performance tool!

Announcing Linux Process Snapper tool and a Linux Troubleshooting Hacking Session (3rd April 9am PDT)

As I’m having fun preparing for my Linux troubleshooting training, I’ll also do another informal hacking session to give you an idea of what’s coming up! This week’s hacking session is deliberately without any slides, planning or much structure, but with lots of fun and … hacking! This session will be about some Linux tools I use for my everyday work and I’ll even publish an early version of a new open source Linux performance tool!

Announcing Linux Process Snapper tool and a Linux Troubleshooting Hacking Session (3rd April 9am PDT)

As I’m having fun preparing for my Linux troubleshooting training, I’ll also do another informal hacking session to give you an idea of what’s coming up! This week’s hacking session is deliberately without any slides, planning or much structure, but with lots of fun and … hacking! This session will be about some Linux tools I use for my everyday work and I’ll even publish an early version of a new open source Linux performance tool!

Announcing Linux Process Snapper tool and a Linux Troubleshooting Hacking Session (3rd April 9am PDT)

As I’m having fun preparing for my Linux troubleshooting training, I’ll also do another informal hacking session to give you an idea of what’s coming up! This week’s hacking session is deliberately without any slides, planning or much structure, but with lots of fun and … hacking! This session will be about some Linux tools I use for my everyday work and I’ll even publish an early version of a new open source Linux performance tool!