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Linux user-space Pthread Synchronization via Mutex - Live Demo and Example ↗
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Linux Kernel Tasklets | Big-Picture | vs User-Space pthreads ↗
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Linux Kernel Tasklets and Work queues are somewhat similar to user-space process threads in terms of the functionality and of course not in terms of its operation or its internal architecture. You can schedule Tasklet(s) for a registered function to run later. So typically the Interrupt top half (of the interrupt handler) performs a small amount of critical work (not to be confused with critical section), and then schedules such as a tasklet to execute later at the bottom half.

Difference between Intel Xeon Server vs Desktop Core i7 vs Intel Mobile Atom vs ARM Processors ↗
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Ubuntu Cloud Day Bangalore, India 2012 ↗
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Deciding the future: Cloud/Colocation Data Center or Premise-Built Data Center? ↗
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Before we go ahead expounding on picking between managed hosting and data center co-location, let us initially comprehend what each of these methods for a business endeavor to achieve. According to an article written by Nitin Mishra, According to an article written by Nitin Mishra, Former Airtel & Samsung executive. “which is perfect for your business? The appropriate response lies in the points of interest and relies upon your organisation's particular prerequisites and the workloads that you would need to keep running from both of these alternatives.” PROS/CONS: Premise-Built Data Center vs. Cloud/Colocation Data Center.

Weekly News Digest - Week 03 - June 2020 ↗
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The Linux Channel :: Weekly News Digest - Week 03 - June 2020 > Kimχ Micro: A powerful alternative to the Raspberry Pi that supports PCIe cards > Linux Lands And Then Reverts Usage Of Flexible Array Members > AMD Ryzen 4000-Powered Asus Mini PC Challenges Intel's NUC > Aaeon's Raspberry Pi-like Board Bears An Intel 8th Gen Core i7 CPU and 16GB of DDR4 > Linus Torvalds Announces Massive Linux Kernel 5.8 Update > New Cisco Cloud Scale ASIC & 400G Line Card Announced > Key Differences of PoE vs PoE+ vs PoE++ Switches a STH Guide

Nmap Network Scanning ↗
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Linux Kernel Internals :: Linux Kernel Boot Process ↗
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A detailed slide show on Linux Kernel Boot Process and Linux Kernel Internals

Linux Kernel Network stack and architecture ↗
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FreeBSD is an Open-Source operating system used to power networking appliances, modern servers, desktops, and embedded platforms. A large community has continually developed it for more than three decades. Its advanced networking, security, and storage features have made FreeBSD the platform of choice for many of the busiest web sites, embedded networking solutions and storage devices.


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