September 1st, 2020 | 46 mins 58 secs
at&t, aws lambda, bug-a-thon, computer names, double data rate, emmc, engarde, fedora, fedora 33, foolsm, home networking, hotspot, interface bonding, iproute2, iptables, jupiter broadcasting, lenovo, link aggregation, linux, linux laptops, linux podcast, lte, manjaro, manjaro arm, matrix, max transit duo, mifi, mlvpn, mptcp, multihomed, multihoming, net-isp-balance, networking, openwrt, peplink, policy route, policy-based routing, raspberry pi 4, sd card, shorewall, speedify, ssh, thinkpad, tunshell, ubiquiti edgerouter, ubuntu, unplugged, verizon, vpn bonding, wireguard, wireless
The Raspberry Pi might be getting a small software fix that makes a big performance improvement.
April 7th, 2020 | 1 hr 3 mins
a cloud guru, command line, earlyoom, facebook, fedora, fedora 32, integrity policy enforcement, ipe, jupiter broadcasting, linux, linux podcast, linux router, low-memory-monitor, lsm, memory pressure, microsoft, mitm, nohang, nushell, oomd, openwrt, opkg, opnsense, performance, pfsense, psi, security, shell, time tracking, timekpr-next, unplugged
Today we make nice with a killer, an early out-of-memory daemon, and one of the new features in Fedora 32. We put EarlyOOM to the test in a real-world workload and are shocked by the results.