OSCON, Gimli
OSCON 2010

Update: the session is complete; you can find the slides on slideshare.net and the code on bitbucket

I'm speaking at OSCON again with another new topic. This year, I'm spreading the news about Gimli, a Server Process Monitoring and Fault Analysis framework that I built at Message Systems and will be sharing with the world at OSCON.

In a nutshell, Gimli will supervise a process and capture an extensive crash trace (using DWARF 3 debugging information if possible) if the process crashes or wedges, and then restarts the process.

For more details on the OSCON session, check out the session details at OSCON.com.

As usual, I'm excited to attend; I still regard OSCON as the best OpenSource conference and greatly value the opportunity to catch up with fellow OpenSourcerors; I hope to see you there!


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