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Replete with tips and tricks, a guide for administrators of Sun's version of the UNIX workstation, Solaris, covers performance measuring, fine tuning, optimizing performance, capacity planning, networking, communicating, memory management, and much more. Original. (Advanced).
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The all-in-one guide to system tuning every administrator needs!
One hundred and forty thousand workstations--and growing fast! That's Sun's 35% share of the workstation market. And if it's your job to administer, plan, or develop applications for a network running Solaris 2.x, this indispensable guidebook is just what you need. The most comprehensive, useful, and sophisticated reference on Solaris 2.x ever published, this book gives you polished, professional tools for tweaking peak performance from both information species to Solaris 2.5.1 and 2.6.
You get all the information you need on tools and methods including:
Useful to both Solaris newcomers and seasoned pros, this guide features important background theory on queuing models and performance metrics, essential to assessment. It's packed with command output and code samples, plus technical and strategic information on everything from kernel architecture to network configuration and memory management--all with the benefit of tried-and-tested Solaris 2.x experience.
If you want to derive maximum value from Solaris 2.x...avoid bottlenecks, glitches, and down time...make accurate predictions of capacity needs...and direct timely, well-managed transitions, you want this book. It's the all-in-one guide and memory management--all with the benefit of tried-and tested Solaris 2.x experience.About the Author:
The J. Ranade Workstation Series is McGraw-Hill's primary vehicle for providing workstation professionals with timely concepts, solutions, and applications. Jay Ranade is also Series Editor in Chief of more than 150 books in the J. Ranade IBM and DEC Series, and Series Advisor to the McGraw-Hill Series on Computer Communications.
Jay Ranade, Series Editor in Chief and best-selling computer author, is a consultant and Assistant V.P. at Merrill Lynch.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill (Tx), 1998. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0070117683
Book Description McGraw-Hill, 1998. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0070117683