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SubjectRe: Linux Tuning: Objective
Hi,

On Sun, 25 Apr 1999 06:28:45 GMT, teamwork@freemail.c3.hu said:

> After reading a lot of mails regarding tuning Linux to achieve optimal
> performance, there is no argument of our common objective. However,
> one question does come to mind, and it is: In what way should we
> achieve the objective?

> Should it be a depository of patches?
> Should it be one or more howtos?
> Should it be a web site where people
> can go in and hit the "SCSI" button if
> they want to know if they can tune their
> Linux machine's SCSI devices?

All of these.

> Should it be a mailing list (linux-perf)
> doing the Q & A style of thing?

Right now, linux-perf is not a mailing list for Q&A on performance. It
is a mailing list being used for work on exactly the patches, howtos and
web sites you are asking for above. Come on and join in!

--Stephen

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