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> 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

This is a good document for describing how a human can tune the
system.

What's missing is any kind of automation of tuning. If someone would
produce the document, I'd be happy to supply the automation.

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

This tool produces very verbose output and doesn't say much that's
interesting.

-- g


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