Virtual lab environment
Please sign in to the lab environment, you can either use Google sign-in or create a new account (email verification is not required, and you do not need to provide your full name).
The classroom token is:
This is the list of labs we will be working on during the workshop.
- In the lab VM, the lab files are located in
~/tracing-worskhop/labs. For example, when the lab instructions say that you should compile a file called server.c, this file will be located in
~/tracing-workshop/labs/server.cin the lab VM.
- To get a root shell in the lab VM, just run
sudo su. You can create multiple tabs, so it will probably make sense to have one root and one non-root tab.
- To extract your flame graphs from the VM, the easiest way is probably
curl --upload-file myfile.svg https://transfer.sh, and then copying the link to your browser outside of the VM and opening it there. Or, if you're feeling adventurous, you can
scpthe file (you'd need to add your public key to
~/.ssh/authorized_keyson the VM).
- If the lab VM gets stuck for some reason, try refreshing your browser. If that doesn't help, click the little gear button on top of the terminal, and choose "Restart machine" to restart the VM.
Lab session 1:
Lab session 2:
Lab session 3:
Lab session 4:
After the workshop
Clone the training environment into your AWS account by using the following AMI: ami-915ef2fe (in the eu-central-1 region). There is also a setup script (use at your own risk!) on the GitHub repo.
Post comments and rate the session on the SREcon website.