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Kernel

More Features for OpenAnolis! Anolis OS 8.6 Has Been Released Officially and Is Available for Production

The article explains the features, development rhythm, and release notes of Anolis OS 8.6.

Troubleshooting Application Jitter with sysAK and eBPF

This article explains how eBPF handles system interruptions and how to use sysAK to build a safe, reliable, and flexible interruption detection.

PolarDB for PostgreSQL Kernel Interpretation: An Introduction to HTAP Architecture

This article introduces the HTAP architecture, including the principles, storage, and challenges.

How to Use CPU Management Policies Reasonably to Improve Container Performance

This article discusses how Alibaba Cloud Container Service (ACK) uses CPU Burst and topology-aware scheduling to improve application performance.

"When Can the Operating System Be Recognized?" A 16-Year Insistence of Open-Source Developers

This article is an in-depth interview with Tao Ma, Chairman of OpenAnolis.

PolarDB-X Kernel V5.4.14: A New Version with More Refined Data Management Capabilities

In this article, we discuss the interesting features of the latest version of PolarDB-X, kernel V5.4.14.

Is Benchmarking a Gimmick or Strength?

The Linux kernel community often evaluates the value of an optimization patch by benchmarking. What is benchmark? Why is it important?

Cloud Application Performance Diagnosis of System O&M Tool SysAK

This article introduces SysAK's methodology and related tools for performance diagnosis from a wide range of performance diagnosis practices.