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Linux Journal: A Comparison of Linux Performance Tuning Books

Aug 24, 2005, 13:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Tuning Linux systems for performance is an essential task for any system administrator, but it also is one of the least documented. Without a hard-won understanding, performance tuning often can seem like some kind of black magic or performance art.

"I've recently had the opportunity to read two books on the topic: Optimizing Linux Performance, written by Phillip G. Ezolt and part of the HP Professional Books imprint, and Performance Tuning for Linux Servers, edited by Sandra K. Johnson and published by IBM Press..."

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