Tuning
August 2018
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
      1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 31  
About
This site is an effort to share some of the base knowledge I have gathered through all this years working with Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Python or Zope, among others. So, take a look around and I hope you will find the contents useful.
Recent Entries
Recent Comments
Recent Trackbacks
Categories
OpenBSD (9 items)
BSD (0 items)
FreeBSD (19 items)
Linux (3 items)
Security (3 items)
Python (22 items)
Zope (13 items)
Daily (144 items)
e-shell (9 items)
Hacks (14 items)
PostgreSQL (3 items)
OSX (8 items)
Nintendo DS (0 items)
enlightenment (0 items)
Apache (3 items)
Nintendo Wii (1 items)
Django (24 items)
Music (12 items)
Plone (7 items)
Varnish (0 items)
Lugo (2 items)
Sendmail (0 items)
europython (7 items)
Cherokee (1 items)
self (1 items)
Nature (1 items)
Hiking (0 items)
uwsgi (0 items)
nginx (0 items)
cycling (10 items)
Networking (1 items)
DNS (0 items)
Archives

Syndicate this site (XML)

RSS/RDF 0.91

21 enero
2008

Tuning

or what do tunning stands for from your point of view?

man tuning?

man tuning

This is another discover from this busy morning. Just searching about the way to replace some kernel values in FreeBSD, values that seems unable to be changed through sysctl (I love sysctl), and finally I found that interesting man page about how to perform some tuning on a FreeBSD system.

It covers things like file systems, phisical access to hard drives, CPU performance, etc.

It is worth a read.

Posted by wu at 13:49 | Comments (0) | Trackbacks (0)
<< Low-Cost Multi-point Interactive Whiteboards Using the Wiimote | Main | Django People >>
Comments
There are no comments.
Trackbacks
Please send trackback to:http://blog.e-shell.org/33/tbping
There are no trackbacks.
Post a comment