Networking

Provenance for System Troubleshooting

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Executive Summary

System administrators use a variety of techniques to track down and repair (or avoid) problems that occur in the systems under their purview. In this webcast, the presenter argues that system-level provenance (metadata that records the history of files, pipes, processes and other system-level objects) can help expose these dependencies, giving system administrators a more complete picture of component interactions, thus easing the task of troubleshooting.

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