^Vs the administrator of a SUSE Linux Server, you are responsible for configuring this server for the best performance. Chapter 11 already covered some basics of processes and memory usage. In this chapter, I'll introduce you to the art of performance tuning and optimizing. You should consider this chapter only as an introduction to tuning and optimizing; to really get the best out of a server, you should always consider the applications that are running on that server as well. In this chapter, you'll also learn how to create kernel core dumps, which may be useful if you run into serious problems.
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