Linux Kernel Crash Book
by Igor Ljubuncic
Publisher: Dedoimedo 2011
Number of pages: 182
Linux kernel crash analysis is a niche topic, which will interest system administrators and professionals dabbling in the kernel. You may consider this book as a very extensive learning lesson in what goes behind the curtains of a typical Linux system.
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