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Open sourcing oomd, a new approach to handling OOMs

Over on the Facebook code site, Daniel Xu announces the release of oomd under the GPLv2. Oomd is a user-space “out of memory” killer that was mentioned in our recent article on the block I/O latency controller and it uses the pressure stall information covered in...

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GSoC Half Way Through

As you may already know, openSUSE participates again in GSoC, an international program that awards stipends to university students who contribute to real-world open source projects during three months in summer. Our students started working already two months ago. Ankush, Liana and Matheus have passed the...

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Microsoft Brings PowerShell to the Ubuntu Snap Store

It’s just got easier to install Microsoft PowerShell on Linux distributions like Ubuntu and Fedora. Microsoft has brought PowerShell Core to the Snap Store as a Snap application. The move allows Linux users and admins on various distros to run the latest version of PowerShell securely...

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Monthly News – July 2018

First of all, I’d like to thank our sponsors and all the people who sent us donations. Your help is appreciated. We’ve had to overcome tough issues since the start of this project in 2006, this last month in particular hasn’t been easy, but we’ve never...

 
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