So you think you can core?

    Segmentation fault (core dumped)

Bad luck: Your software just crashed. It happens to all of us, and when it does Linux will write a core dump file with some information about what was happening in the address space of the program when it crashed. If you are feeling a little adventurous, you can do some fun and interesting things with exactly how and where those cores get dumped.

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Being Good Stewards of the Internet

How Verizon Digital Media Services not only fixed a recent backbone provider issue for our customers by removing bad transit, but continued to work on the issue after our sites were secure in order to help identify the root of the problem and restore the backbone of the Internet for all.

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