When I use Jetbrains IDE, I like to use the bookmark feature, especially when I'm new to a project, I will use it to mark some key code, but the problem with this feature is that it can't be backed up, even I lost the bookmark of a project that I've been following for more than a week, it's very heartbreaking, so I'm looking for a way to save the bookmark.
Recently I was experiencing some cloud products, and I wanted to try to put some lesser used projects on Digital Ocean Function (because I used VM before), but after experiencing one, I felt it was still not very good, so I gave up, but I can still share some of the records of some of the processes.
TProxy is a transparent proxy for Linux, and this article will introduce you to what TProxy is and how it works.
Iptables is a basic firewall tool in Linux and also a very common network tool, but iptables is just an application layer application, so how does iptables relate to the Linux kernel network stack? In this article, I will give a brief introduction about this issue.
It's easy to write code, but hard to debug code, which is a very touching thing for people who have written a lot of code. Here I made a record of how to debug code remotely with Goland, if you need it, I hope it will help you too.
Although I use npm from time to time, I’m really not familiar with it, but recently I suddenly wanted to understand what it is and what it does, so I took a little more serious understanding, and this article will record what I understand about npm.
Although Linkerd has heard of its name for a long time, and probably understand some of its architecture, but really have not tried it, mainly because its previous version is really not easy to use, but it is said that the second version has changed a lot, so recently followed the video of others to play a little, by the way, a water.
If you use Prometheus as a monitoring tool, then as you get deeper into it, you will run into some performance issues, so you will consider how to extend Prometheus, and this article describes one official way to do so: federation.
We’re all familiar with TCP, the three handshakes, reliable transmission, and all that jazz, but there are a few other things that are interesting, such as do you know what the size limit is for a TCP send?
A common problem under Linux is that our SSH sessions to remote machines are interrupted due to network or shutting down the client (e.g. laptops with lids closed), especially when running an important command that takes a long time to run.