Debian performance

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Debian performance tuning via dynamic CPU frequency scaling Dynamic CPU frequency scaling (also known as CPU throttling) is a technique in computer architecture where a processor is run at a less-than-maximum frequency in order to conserve power. cpufrequtils is used to control the CPU frequency scaling deamon. Frequency scaling allows you to set the CPU … Continue reading Debian performance

HTTP/2

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HTTP/2 or also named HTTP/2.0 is the second major version of the HTTP network protocol used by the World Wide Web since HTTP1/1. It is based on Google’s SPDY protocol. HTTP/2 is the new version of HyperText Transport Protocol (HTTP), which was released as an IETF standard in early 2015. HTTP/2 support is now available … Continue reading HTTP/2

Upgrade Debian

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Upgrade Debian This is a short instruction how to upgrade Debian Wheezy to Jessie. The Article describes an upgrade process from Debian Wheezy to Debian Jessie. For now Debian Linux with a code name “Jessie” is the latest stable Debian release. It is very important to create a backup before upgrade Debian system. The less … Continue reading Upgrade Debian

FreeBSD htop

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FreeBSD htop Finally htop released on FreeBSD! It took 10 releases of the FreeBSD to get htop. Htop is a very useful utility that I was missing in FreeBSD. So, good news, htop is now available from the FreeBSD ports collection or packages(pkg). The installation of the htop is very easy. Installation FreeBSD htop takes … Continue reading FreeBSD htop