In this chapter, you were introduced to Linux optimization. I provided some generic hints about how to make your server work more efficiently. The tips in this chapter are only an introduction to the science of optimization. To really get the most from your server, you should analyze what the server is doing and how the most important applications on your server are using system resources. When you know how that works, you can develop a good plan for performance optimization on your server. In the next chapter, you will read about how to configure Heartbeat on your server to provide high-availability clustering with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.
Was this article helpful?