Mutex is a synchronization object that is used to protect shared resources, such as variables or data structures, from concurrent access by multiple threads or processes.
The spin lock is a low-level synchronization technique used in programming to protect shared resources from access by multiple threads at the same time.
Digital Twins is a virtual representation of a physical asset, system, or process, which provides real-time monitoring and predictive maintenance capabilities.
The world of Linux distributions is vast and constantly expanding. Linux can be found everywhere, from desktop environments to servers, IoT devices to embedded systems.
Formatting & Partitioning is the process of dividing a hard disk drive into multiple partitions, each of which can be used to store data.
In Linux, the mount point refers to the location in the file system hierarchy where a File System is attached to.
File systems in Linux are the way that the operating system organizes and stores data on a storage device, such as a hard drive or SSD.
Take a look at some of the most essential command-line tools for Linux performance monitoring. From system uptime to CPU and memory usage, we'll cover the key metrics you need…