Performance Tuning for Linux(R) Servers Proven techniques for optimizing web, file, print, database, and application servers Practical introductions to open source performance management tools Easy-to-understand examples based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise ServerAn indispensable guide to maximizing Linux system and application performanceFrom Wall... Guide to RISC Processors: for Programmers and Engineers Popular processor designs can be broadly divided into two categories: Complex Instruction
Set Computers (CISC) and Reduced Instruction Set Computers (RISC). The dominant
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Essentials of Computer Architecture
This book began when I was assigned to help salvage an undergraduate computer
organization course. The course had suffered years of neglect: it had been taught by a
series of professors, mostly visitors, who had little or no interest or background in digital
hardware, and the curriculum had deteriorated to a potpourri of topics that...
Principles of Computer Organization and Assembly Language
This is a book on the organization and architecture of theJava Virtual Machine(JVM), the
software at the heart of the Java language and is found inside most computers,Web browsers,
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IBM Xseries 455 Planning And Installation Guide The IBM eServer xSeries 455 is the second-generation Enterprise X-Architecture server using the 64-bit IBM XA-64 chipset and the Intel Itanium 2 processor. Unlike the x450, its predecessor, the x455 supports the merging of four server chassis to form a single 16-way image, providing even greater expandability and investment protection.
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