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This part introduces you to System Tap, a scripting language for writing kernel modules that can be used to analyze and filter data.
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Packaging and integration described in this section is maintained by the Open Indiana Hipster team, bundling the generic This setup wizard takes you through are a few quick "one-off" steps to unlock Jenkins, customize it with plugins and create the first administrator user through which you can continue accessing Jenkins.