On modern CPUs, rust seems to perform very nicely with the thread context switches, at least when benchmarking an echo server. For that I also wrote an echo server benchmark client. The README.md of the server also contains some benchmark numbers.
People who want to secure their Fedora/RHEL system have to: add a BIOS password add a grub password add “rd.shell=0” to the kernel command line Anaconda does add “rd.shell=0” to the kernel command line automatically, if you setup the bootloader with a password.
This blog posts shows how to tweak Fedora, if you want to use a smartcard with OpenPGP and use it also as a ssh key. It also serves me as a recipe for fresh installations.
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