gprof - A GNU Profiler For Performance Analysis Of Programs

In the software industry today, performance of a software has become the most important requirement. Software programmers and developers are trying harder than ever to improve the performance of their respective software. A well written software code consists of various functions. As the code becomes larger and larger, the number of functions and nested function […]

October 17, 2013 | By
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SteamOS: Game Changing for the Linux Games Industry ?

Valve recently announced its intent to release steamOS, an open source project based on Linux, intended to bring gaming onto Linux. This push by valve is significant because it is challenging windows in one of its last remaining bastions of strength, that is gaming. The ripple effects of this announcement were obvious when both AMD […]

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A Beginners Guide to Get Started With Display Filters In WireShark

Wireshark is a very popular network protocol analyser through which a network administrator can thoroughly examine the flow of data traffic to/from a computer system in a network. This tool has been around for quite some time now and provides lots of useful features. One of these feature is the display filter through which you […]

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Do Suspect Memory Leak With Your System ? Try Valgrind Tool

Valgrind is a collection of command line tools that can be used for debugging and profiling executables in Linux. Memcheck is one of the most popular tool in the Valgrind suite of tools that can be used to detect memory related errors in a program executable. In this article, we will discuss the Memcheck tool […]

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Simple Video Player For Linux System

Nowadays, if we want install a video player on our Linux machine, we often search the video software package that compatible with our system and run a command or simply do a double click to start set up process with GUI. For example, we know that the Ubuntu support the user about install software with […]

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How To Install Zimbra On CentOS Linux

VMware Zimbra is a complete email, address book, calendar and tasks solution that can be accessed from the Zimbra Web Client, Zimbra Desktop offline client, Outlook and a variety of other standards-based email clients and mobile devices. It can be deployed as a traditional binary install on Linux, or as a software virtual appliance, commonly […]

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Linux Screenshot Tool - Shutter Opensource Project

Taking screenshots in Linux is as easy as pressing the "print screen" key on the keyboard. But how about taking a screenshot of a specific area such as a window, or more specifically a menu? A lot of careful cropping might be needed for the same. But with shutter, you don't have to worry much […]

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How To Install DC++ In Linux

Linux DC++ is direct connect client for Linux based DC++. W hat is DC++ ? it’s a Direct Connect peer to peer file sharing protocol implementation for Linux/Unix platforms. Direct Connect is a file sharing network made up by hubs, to which clients can connect. Once connected to a hub, the user can search for […]

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Linux Iotop Tool - Monitor Disk I/O Process

Iotop tool is free open source free tool that monitor Disk Input/Output usage. Its helps system administrator to find specific process that consume more disk usage and helps in performance analysis. Iotop tool is supported from 2.6.20 kernel. This article explains how to install iotop and how to use it. What do you need before […]

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Learn Linux Nmap Command With Examples

NMAP, well, we here are talking of network mapping, this tool is a celebrity tool that also appeared in one of my favorite trilogy, yes, the Matrix series, in the movie , its used to scan the whole Matrix ecosystem but here we will not go in much details but will start from a basics. […]

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Speed Webpages Using Mod_Deflate Module On Apache

Deflate is a lossless data compression algorithm. The mod_deflate module for apache, which is based on this algorithm, compresses the contents before delivering them to the clients and thus speeds up the webpages. This module can compress up to 70% of a file. In current versions of Apache this module is installed and enabled by […]

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eAccelerator On Linux - Reduce Memory Usage On PHP Script

PHP eAccelerator on Linux. eAccelerator is a free open-source PHP accelerator and optimizer. It speeds up the script execution by caching the compiled PHP script in shared memory or in disk and eliminating the need of compiling again on each request. By using PHP eAccelerator, the speed of PHP scripts may increase over 1-10 times. This project […]

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About Unix Scopeux Daemon

Openview performance agent. This daemon is related to the MWA agents that is responsible to monitored the applications, you can see the status with the following command: <<<<>>>>> /opt/perf/bin/mwa status <<<<>>>>>>> /opt/perf/bin/mwa stop <<<<<>>>>>> /opt/perf/bin/mwa start Daemon scopeux not running. Solution: ======== In this case, you should check from the logs any process couldn't register with […]

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Mytop Tool - Monitor Performance Of MySql Linux Server

Mytop is a very useful program to see what all queries a server is currently processing as well as which user is executing them. Think of mytop as top for mysql. If you see a lot from one particular user, that means they are probably the hog. Mytop can also be useful for figuring out exactly which […]

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