Linux Performance Administration

Posted by raislinux2 on Jun 2, 2009 4:33 PM EDT; By Mark Rais
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There are plenty of general server admin articles available on the internet. Unfortunately, few of them delve into the subject of performance administration, especially from an introductory Linux perspective. Yet, it is exactly this kind of information that new Linux administrators require to ensure they are effective at their job.

With this latest article, I provide a quick and easy first guide for those getting started with Linux performance administration. I personally use these commands and tools in my own context and continue to find them of value when dealing with enterprise Linux performance.

Understanding how system I/O, CPU and Memory work in conjunction with your specific Linux applications is helpful for proper performance management.

As you begin your own Linux server endeavors, you may find great benefits from using the following commands and tools to help assess system performance... Complete article.

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