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Stop Forkin' Around: Faster Creating of Large Processes on Linux
Forking is how a process in Linux is created. Even though the fork has been improved over the years to use the COW (copy-on-write) semantics, it still has to copy a certain amount of data from parent to child. Some students in the lab are working with a fuzzing machine, and they encounter some problems...
PMU Interrupts: How to handle them
PMU interrupts act as an essential role between hardware and software. It gives the software the ability to gain insight into its execution on the hardware. In this article, I introduce you to the power of PMU and PMI and how to use them to achieve your goal.