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Sunday, January 27 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Performance tuning of Red Hat Enterprise Linux

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This session will cover the performance analysis and tuning of Red Hat Enterprise Linux(RHEL). The session will be split into 4 sections: 1.) Hardware and kernel configuration of systems running RHEL, 2.) Performance analysis of the system. 3.) Tools used to evaluate system performance and help tune the kernel for optimal performance. 4.) The actual techniques used to tune systems
RHEL with several real-word examples. The first section will cover typical hardware features of large systems and discuss the best configuration. The second section will illustrate how to determine how well a system is performing and if it can be improved. The third section will explore a variety of tools used to study system performance. The forth section will illustrate performance tuning techniques

Speakers
avatar for Larry Woodman

Larry Woodman

Larry Woodman is a senior consulting engineer at Red Hat.
Larry Woodman is a senior consulting engineer in the RHEL kernel engineering organization. He contributes to the upstream kernel a well as the RHEL kernels. Over the past 15 years that Larry has worked in the RHEL kernel engineering group he has fixed over 1000 bugs.



Sunday January 27, 2019 1:00pm - 1:50pm
E104

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