Apache Bench is a tool used to measure the performance of a web server. Despite having “Apache” in its name, it can actually be used to test any type of web server. In this tutorial, we’ll go over the steps to use Apache Bench and how to interpret its report about a web server’s performance.
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HPLIP, the HP Linux Imaging and Printing driver for Linux-based operating systems, has a new version that adds supports for several new HP printers and scanners, as well as the latest Linux Mint release.
In the "always-on" future with billions of connected devices, storing raw data for analysis later will not be an option because users want accurate responses in real time. Prediction of failures and other context-sensitive conditions require data to be processed in real time—certainly before it hits a database.read more
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