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run, monitor and closer remote SSH processes automatically
ssh  process  remote  connection  manager  opensource  floss 
25 days ago by gilberto5757
Intelligent Automation and RPA for enterprise | WorkFusion
The world's leading companies use WorkFusion's AI-powered automation software & unified platform to automate operations, upgrade experiences & unleash growth.
ai  it  automation  process  workflow  bot 
28 days ago by gilberto5757
GitHub - migueldeicaza/WasmerSharp: .NET Bindings for the Wasmer Runtime
.NET Bindings for the Wasmer Runtime. Contribute to migueldeicaza/WasmerSharp development by creating an account on GitHub.
webassembly  binding  interoperability  process  hosting  opensource  floss 
10 weeks ago by gilberto5757
Killing a process and all of its descendants - Igor Sarcevic
Killing processes in a Unix-like system can be trickier than expected. Last
week I was debugging an odd issue related to job stopping on Semaphore.
More specifically, an issue related to the killing of a running process in a
job.
process  management  kill  group  processgeoup  linux 
10 weeks ago by gilberto5757
Customer Success says…
Tools to help you decide which old web browsers your e-commerce website needs to be compatible to provide better customer support
webbrowser  webapplication  obsolete  compatibility  bestpractice  process 
june 2019 by gilberto5757
Signs that your development process is Agile only on paper — and how to fix it
Agility comes with practice, not putting big words on paper. Using Jira does not make your software development process agile. Saying we do “scrum” is not being agile. Being agile is having an agile…
agile  programming  process  opinion  fault  issue 
march 2019 by gilberto5757
Don’t Fear the Subreaper – William Martin – Medium
This post is about Linux subreapers, why they exist, what their behaviour is, and how you can use them, via a practical example in Go. If you are comfortable with how the process table and process…
unix  process  hierarchy  zombie  adoption 
november 2018 by gilberto5757
A month of /proc | OpsTips
The challange has ben set - a month of blog posts around procfs!
procfs  info  article  linux  process  management  task 
october 2018 by gilberto5757
Launching Processes on Linux – ZatrazZ Ramblings – Somewhat between a worklog and personal ideas
Recently on glibc maillist it was raised the question why popen or
system tend to fail with ENOMEM on some environments, even when it seems that the system does have enough available memory.
linux  process  launch  tip  suggestion  vfork  spawn 
september 2018 by gilberto5757
The Kernel Boot Process | Many But Finite
The previous post explained how computers boot up right up to the point where the boot loader, after stuffing the kernel image into memory, is about to jump in
linux  kernel  boot  bootstrap  process 
september 2018 by gilberto5757
How Computers Boot Up | Many But Finite
The previous post described motherboards and the memory map in Intel computers to set the scene for the initial phases of boot. Booting is an involved, hacky,
boot  process  bootstrapping 
september 2018 by gilberto5757
Demystifying the init system (PID 1) | Felipe Contreras
With all the talk about debian choosing a default init system (link, link), I've decided to share with the world a little project I've been working on to help me understand /sbin/init aka. PID 1. In this blog post I will go step by step showing what an init system must do to be functional.…
init  process  unix  intro  pid1 
july 2018 by gilberto5757
GitHub - google/gvisor: Sandboxed Container Runtime
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
linux  sandbox  container  security  process  opensource  floss 
may 2018 by gilberto5757
Android OS boot process with focus on Zygote - codecentric AG Blog
Android boot explained with focus on Zygote process initialization
android  boot  process  inner  working  info 
april 2018 by gilberto5757
Zombie Processes are Eating your Memory | Random ASCII
Zombies probably won’t consume 32 GB of your memory like they did to me, but zombie processes do exist, and I can help you find them and make sure that developers fix them. Tool source link is at the bottom. Is it just me, or do Windows machines that have been up for a while…
zomibe  process  memory  windows  impact  handle  advice  performance 
february 2018 by gilberto5757
How do Artificial Neural Networks learn? – Rubik's Code
In the previous blog posts, we covered some very interesting topics regarding Artificial Neural Networks (ANN). The basic structure of Artificial Neural Networks was presented, as well as some of the most commonly used activation functions. Nevertheless, we still haven’t mentioned the most important aspect of the Artificial Neural Networks - learning. The biggest power of these…
ai  neuralnetwork  learning  process  intro 
january 2018 by gilberto5757
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