Friday Reading 2018-07-27

, 2018-07-27

Phew, I’m not going to complain about the hot weather…I’ll miss it when it’s gone.

Linux Load Averages: Solving the Mystery

Good post by Brendan Gregg (t) explaining a critical metric

SQL Server on Linux – I/O internal thoughts

David Barbarin (t) on IO internals for SQL on Linux

The History of Kubernetes & the Community Behind It

It’s 3 years since Kubernetes 1.0 was announced so Brendan Burns (t) tells us the story of its creation

July 10, 2018 Windows updates cause SQL startup issues due to “TCP port is already in use” errors

Literally had this happen to me yesterday, something to watch out for

Have a good weekend!

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