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SubjectRe: Linux Tuning

As an example of how this sort of thing can (and should) be done,
check out "Tuning Compaq Tru64 UNIX for Internet Servers" at
http://www.unix.digital.com/internet/tuning.htm

and, for an automated checking tool for the same OS, look at
ftp://ftp.digital.com/pub/DEC/IAS/sys_check/sys_check.html

-tony


On 19-Apr-99 Horst von Brand wrote:
> teamwork@freemail.c3.hu said:
>
> [...]
>
>> So, to the Linux community:
>>
>> Do you think is there a need to make the
>> gathering of Linux fine-tuning tips an easier
>> task for the novice end-user?
>>
>> If the answer is "Yes!", then, how best would the approach be?
>
> IMVHO, a HOWTO (or perhaps several?), and/or tips in the existing
> HOWTOs.
> --

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