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Top 17 C Container Projects
Real-time performance monitoring, done right!Project mention: How do I add more guages and pie charts? | reddit.com/r/netdata | 2023-03-31
build-once run-anywhere c libraryProject mention: are there any benchmarks on sector lisp | reddit.com/r/lisp | 2023-02-26
Please see https://justine.lol/sectorlisp2/#performance where I mention how one small modification to SectorLISP allows it to outperform Emacs Lisp. Outperforming Emacs Lisp isn't difficult, since Emacs implements a dynamically scoped lisp. If you're interested in seeing a really fast LISP interpreter, I wrote an experiment about a year ago using some dirty systems hacks and popcount to achieve just that. https://github.com/jart/cosmopolitan/tree/master/tool/plinko
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🚀 A fast WebAssembly interpreter and the most universal WASM runtimeProject mention: Towards a modern Web stack (by Ian Hickson, author of the HTML5 spec and current Flutter tech lead) | reddit.com/r/rust | 2023-02-05
On other benchmarks I'm seeing numbers closer to 20% slower, e.g. https://github.com/wasm3/wasm3/blob/main/docs/Performance.md and https://github.com/second-state/wasm32-wasi-benchmark. It's numerical code, which is the best case scenario for a native binary. It's much closer on an average web app or server workload, e.g. https://krausest.github.io/js-framework-benchmark/current.html - you can find WASM frameworks that beat most JS frameworks on there, but that is not as impressive considering the state of the JS ecosystem. Overall, it's already under 50%, and there is still plenty of room for improvement.
LXC - Linux ContainersProject mention: LXC & AD | reddit.com/r/Proxmox | 2022-10-17
I'm currently attempting to enroll my Ubuntu (20.04) (Unprivileged) LXC hosts to my windows AD server but am having difficulty. I'm using SSSD and KRB5 to manage the user directory and authentication. Once joining the domain with realmd, all seems ok, I can use the id command, etc to lookup users and groups and the host appears in Windows Users and Computers. The issue I'm having is with authentication, I believe it to be related to this issue however I don't entirely understand the solution and can't seem to find much else on the matter (Note the method I'm using works fine on full VMs). Would anybody please be able to provide more clarity in layman's terms?
A fast and lightweight fully featured OCI runtime and C library for running containersProject mention: Why did the Krustlet project die? | reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 2023-01-14
Checkpoint/Restore toolProject mention: Live Switching Pods to another Node on Resource Limits | reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 2023-02-06
That being said the Checkpoint Restore In Userspace project has been around for a number of years and is the closest thing to what you are talking about: taking a linux process on one machine and moving it to another. It is messy but can be done in some cases. There are folks looking at how to integrate CRIU with k8s but it’s all research at this point.
Project Calico's per-host agent Felix, responsible for programming routes and security policy.
Access the most powerful time series database as a service. Ingest, store, & analyze all types of time series data in a fully-managed, purpose-built database. Keep data forever with low-cost storage and superior data compression.
Open-source and real-time orchestrator for cyber-physical-systems, to easily design, test and deploy embedded applications and digital twins.Project mention: Luos: Develop scalable cyber-physical systems | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-02-16
FUSE implementation for overlayfsProject mention: Migrating my HomeServer to Proxmox - Thoughs on Best Practice | reddit.com/r/Proxmox | 2022-10-21
install static fuse-overlayfs by following "static build" section on https://github.com/containers/fuse-overlayfs
a file system for mounting container imagesProject mention: Composefs: Content-Addressable Filesystem for Linux | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-01-25
Very promising, but given that they are still fixing binary search bounds checks, probably needs time to stabilize https://github.com/containers/composefs/commit/64640fa0fe256...
Simple containers using Linux user namespaces — see also https://github.com/arachsys/ucontain (by arachsys)
This library provides various containers. Each container has utility functions to manipulate the data it holds. This is an abstraction as to not have to manually manage and reallocate memory. (by bkthomps)Project mention: How would I go about implementing a C++ map or unordered_map in pure C? | reddit.com/r/C_Programming | 2022-06-26
ruby bindings for liblxc
Git mirror of the official (mercurial) repository of cpp-btree
Hirte is a systemd service controller intended for multi-node environments with a predefined number of nodes and with a focus on highly regulated ecosystems such as those requiring functional safety.Project mention: Hirte Edge Container Orchestration with Podman Release | reddit.com/r/podman | 2023-03-21
Debug how containers react to signals (by xr09)Project mention: How to make containers handle the SIGTERM signal which makes K8s terminate application gracefully? | reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 2022-06-19
I have a little project for debugging if the signals are actually reaching your process https://github.com/xr09/flare
A simple library for quick prototyping with C. (by kirillsaidov)Project mention: Help with fsanitize=address output | reddit.com/r/C_Programming | 2022-11-19
I've been building a general purpose library called Vita as an exercise, and I plan to use it in the future in some of my projects.
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