Monitoring Java EE application with JavaMelody
Software development is much more than just coding application by requirements and deploying it to production as the real work really starts after it has been shipped: maintenance, improvements and problem solving. And for that it’s good to have some data. It’s said “if you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it” and in ideal situations you plan for measuring your app but often you have to do it in production to detect and diagnose performance problems.… Jatka lukemista
Samba performance problem after kernel update
Samba is a nice service to provide storage space through networks and it is relatively easy to set up. It’s not as fast as using NFS between Linux hosts but sometimes you don’t have that possibility. Sometimes there also might be quite confusing problems like I happened to notice.
My Samba service had worked fine for a long time but after a kernel update and a reboot, the performance was horrible.… Jatka lukemista