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Storage Management using Openfiler, Part 4

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In the previous article in the series on Openfiler, we discussed configuring RAID. Here, we will proceed with the installation and configuration of iSCSI....

Cyber Attacks Explained: DoS and DDoS

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With this article, we begin a new series on the major kinds of cyber attacks that weaken the IT security infrastructure within organisations. With...

Storage Management using Openfiler, Part 3

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The first article of this series discussed basic installation and configuration; the second described some advanced Openfiler features including bonded interfaces and RAID 1...

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

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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...

Storage Management using Openfiler, Part 2

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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...

Storage Management using Openfiler, Part 1

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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...

Best Practices in Network Security Monitoring

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This article details the best practices organisations can follow to strengthen their network monitoring procedures, and also talks about a few FOSS products that...

The Quick Guide to QEMU Setup

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In this series of articles, we will explore the basics of QEMU, OS installation, QEMU networking and embedded system development for the ARM architecture....

Saving Private GRUB: Remotely Restoring MBR on an Enterprise Server

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Corporate hardware systems differ from their conventional desktop counterparts primarily because they have a number of interesting features. For example, they provide an ability...

Capturing Packets in Your C Program, with libpcap

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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...