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Optimizing Linux(R) Performance

A Hands-On Guide to Linux(R) Performance Tools (HP Professional Series)

by Phillip G. Ezolt

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Published by Prentice Hall PTR .
Written in English


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Number of Pages384
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Open LibraryOL7336781M
ISBN 100131486829
ISBN 109780131486829

  Across all Linux filesystems, important and popular performance-enhancing (or performance-degrading) options include: Allocation block size As noted in the earlier section, “Minimizing Space Consumption,” small allocation blocks can facilitate more efficient use of disk space, but the cost is a small degradation in disk-access speed. Linux was so designed and is an excellent environment to troubleshoot problems. Once you get the hang of how the kernel works – processes information, and master a few debugging tools, it will be a piece of cake to find and fix performance problems.

  Configuring and optimizing the Linux kernel by Vincent Danen in Open Source on Ap , AM PST In Linux, nothing's more important than the : Vincent Danen. Profiling the Linux Kernel. One of the simplest ways to profile the Linux kernel is to configure “CONFIG_PRINTK_TIME” for the Linux kernel. On most recent kernels this is enabled by default. This adds the time since the kernel was booted in [ ]’s before each line [ ] mmc1: card claims to support voltages below the defined range. T.

Appendix C. Obtaining Requests for Comments (RFCs) Requests for Comments - RFC s is an ongoing set of documents issued by the Internet Engineering Task Force - IETF at the Network Information Center - NIC that presents new protocols and establishes standards for the Internet protocol suite. Each such document defines an aspect of protocol regarding the Internet. The ulimit parameter Linux itself has a Max Processes per user limit. This feature allows us to control the number of processes an existing user on the server may be authorized to have. To improve performance, we can safely set the limit of processes for .


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