Interesting links: October 4th 2015
Sunday, October 4th, 2015
Here's a bunch of links I found interesting in the last few weeks:
- List of Python Report Generation Tools
- jstat – Java Virtual Machine Statistics Monitoring Tool
- How To Protect WordPress with Fail2Ban on Ubuntu 14.04 | DigitalOcean
- logtail(8) – Linux man page
logtail reads a specified file (usually a log file) and writes to the standard output that part of it which has not been read by previous runs of logtail. It prints the appropriate number of bytes from the end of logfile, assuming that all changes that are made to it are to add new characters to it.
- 10 iozone Examples for Disk I/O Performance Measurement on Linux
iozone Examples for Disk I/O Performance Measurement on Linux
- Overview — Urwid 1.3.0
Console user interface library for Python
- Collectl – Utility to collect Linux performance data | Ubuntu Geek
There are a number of times in which you find yourself needing performance data. These can include benchmarking, monitoring a system's general heath or trying to determine what your system was doing at some time in the past. Sometimes you just want to know what the system is doing right now. Depending on what you're doing, you often end up using different tools, each designed to for that specific situation.Unlike most monitoring tools that either focus on a small set of statistics, format their output in only one way, run either interactively or as a daemon but not both, collectl tries to do it all. You can choose to monitor any of a broad set of subsystems which currently include buddyinfo, cpu, disk, inodes, infiniband, lustre, memory, network, nfs, processes, quadrics, slabs, sockets and tcp.
- PlantUML : Open-source tool that uses simple textual descriptions to draw UML diagrams.
- Java SE 6 HotSpot[tm] Virtual Machine Garbage Collection Tuning
- Understanding Java Memory Management – Stack Overflow
- One important change in Memory Management in Java 8 | Realize your true potential !
- GNUBatch: An advanced Job schedular with web interfaces.
- From Java code to Java heap