Linux Performance Tuning
Duration: 4 Days
Linux Performance Tuning is the task of adjusting system resources to match the requirements of the applications. The Linux Performance Tuning course is applicable to all Linux distributions and teaches the delegate the process of observing system behaviour and isolating process operations which may be reducing overall system efficiency.
The Linux Performance Tuning course starts by introducing performance management, using the various monitoring tools, evaluating and setting tuning parameters, monitoring processes and threads, CPU scheduling, system cache and memory, system buses, performing input & output tuning, tuning the ext file system, and network tuning.
Topics Covered In This Course
Using Linux Monitoring Tools
Viewing and setting Tuning Parameters
Monitoring Processes and threads
Managing CPU scheduling
Monitoring System Caches
Performance Memory Tuning
Managing System Buses & performing I/O operations
Tuning the Linux ext file system
Monitoring Network Performance
The Linux Kernel
Who Should Take This Course
Linux system administrators, kernel developers system tuners and application programmers who require to monitor the their system performance in detail.
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