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Openfiler

Storage Management using Openfiler, Part 4

In the previous article in the series on Openfiler, we discussed configuring RAID. Here, we will proceed with the installation and configuration of iSCSI. This article assumes that Openfiler 2.3 has been configured…

Oops, am under attack, again!

Cyber Attacks Explained: DoS and DDoS

With this article, we begin a new series on the major kinds of cyber attacks that weaken the IT security infrastructure within organisations. With the rapid spread of Internet technologies and applications, the…

It's time we file

Storage Management using Openfiler, Part 3

The first article of this series discussed basic installation and configuration; the second described some advanced Openfiler features including bonded interfaces and RAID 1 data storage, with some important setup instructions and troubleshooting…

Debug that!

Device Drivers, Part 10: Kernel-Space Debuggers in Linux

This article, which is part of the series on Linux device drivers, talks about kernel-space debugging in Linux. Shweta, back from hospital, was relaxing in the library, reading various books. Ever since she…

Open File(er)

Storage Management using Openfiler, Part 2

The first part of this series gave readers step-by-step instructions to build Openfiler from scratch. This second part covers two additional important features of Openfiler: bonded interfaces and software RAID. We also have…

Storage management using Openfiler

Storage Management using Openfiler, Part 1

Many companies use the file-sharing features of a popular proprietary desktop operating system. The main constraint is the limit on simultaneous connections to a single file share (10). The proprietary solution is to…

The place for Network Security Monitoring

Best Practices in Network Security Monitoring

This article details the best practices organisations can follow to strengthen their network monitoring procedures, and also talks about a few FOSS products that help achieve this. It is imperative for an IT…

Let's set up QEMU first!

The Quick Guide to QEMU Setup

In this series of articles, we will explore the basics of QEMU, OS installation, QEMU networking and embedded system development for the ARM architecture. In this first part, let’s begin with the basics….

Saving Private GRUB

Saving Private GRUB: Remotely Restoring MBR on an Enterprise Server

Corporate hardware systems differ from their conventional desktop counterparts primarily because they have a number of interesting features. For example, they provide an ability to connect a virtual CD-ROM drive, and use a…

Introducing libpcap

Capturing Packets in Your C Program, with libpcap

This article provides an introduction to libpcap, and shows, with examples of source code, how you can use it to create your own packet-sniffing programs. All data on the network travels in the…

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