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In this tutorial I will describe how you can run asynchronous tasks on Linux using Celery an asynchronous task queue manager.Read More
Whether playing on Linux or working on Linux there is a good chance you have come across a program written in python. Back in college I wish they taught us Python instead of Java, it's fun to learn and useful in building practical applications like the yum package manager.Read More
In my last Shell Scripting tutorial, I used "inotifywait" along with rsync to create a real time file syncing script called backup.Read More
In my earlier post on linux memory management, I showed you how you can get the exact memory usage of your script by using py_mem.py.
This script, without any options will run once and give you the current memory usage of the system.
But what if you wanted real time memory usage?, In other words, if a program which was using up memory did not run when you ran the script py_mem.py, you would not know about it right?
A Brief Introduction
Bash or Bourne again shell is a replacement to the original unix shell written by Stephen Bourne at Bell Labs.