Accelerate Your Performance Testing on Ubuntu with k6 and Postman-to-k6

Performance testing is crucial to software development. It ensures your application can handle high traffic and usage without crashing or slowing down. Many tools are available for performance testing, but two popular ones are k6 and Postman. This guide will show you how to do performance testing on Ubuntu using …

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Solving the ‘tail: inotify resources exhausted’ Error on Ubuntu

The “tail: inotify resources exhausted” error usually occurs when you are using the tail command to follow a file that is being actively written to, and the inotify watch limit has been reached. To fix this issue, you can try increasing the inotify watch limit by modifying the /proc/sys/fs/inotify/max_user_watches file. …

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OpenFaaS: Classic and of-watchdog templates

OpenFaaS (Function as a Service) is a popular serverless framework. However, unlike other serverless function providers, OpenFaaS has very few restrictions on providing and receiving data. This guide will show you the primary differences between the Classic and of-watchdog templates. Let’s get started! OpenFaaS provides two types of templates: Classic Watchdog …

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