Unix, Linux, DevOps , Cloud computing and BigData Knowledge-Base


Stable kernels for everyone

As expected, the 5.5.9, 5.4.25, 4.19.109, 4.14.173, 4.9.216, and 4.4.216 stable kernels have all been released; each contains another set of important fixes. Continue Reading — Stable kernels for everyone


Amazon Redshift introduces support for materialized views (Generally Available)

Starting today, Amazon Redshift supports materialized views functionality. Materialized views provide significantly faster query performance for repeated and predictable analytical workloads such as dashboarding, queries from business intelligence (BI)… Continue Reading — Amazon Redshift introduces support for materialized views (Generally Available)


Amazon Lex now supports resource tagging

You can now assign tags to Amazon Lex bots, aliases and channel associations. Tags allow you to categorize your resources in different ways, such as by cost center or owner, which simplifies cost allocation in your organization. You can also use tags t… Continue Reading...


[$] Dentry negativity

Back in 2017, Waiman Long posted a patch set placing limits on the number of “negative dentries” stored by the kernel. The better part of three years later, that work continues with, seemingly, no better prospects for getting into the mainline…. Continue Reading — [$]...


Get every new post delivered to your Inbox

Join other followers

Page 896 of 2989