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Let’s Fix Logging Once and for All

We describe a modification to the Linux Kernel which gives an SRE control over the combined bandwidth of logging on a node of a distributed system, while providing a way for the logging source owner (container or service) to control what happens when the bandwidth limit is hit.

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Peter Portante

Peter Portante, Senior Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat

Performance Engineer working at Red Hat, Inc for the past 9+ years on logging and general performance issues. Prior to that spent 20 years at HP/Compaq/Digital on TruClusters, gWLM, POSIX Threads, and OpenVMS print symbiont.

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