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dW:AIX and UNIX:Performance Tools Forum:Support for Linux CPU ...

Search result description:Aug 5, 2009 ... Any way with Nmon to monitor processor clock speed under Linux when the
cpufreq system is enabled to dynamically change clock speed to ...

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Reduce Linux power consumption, Part 3: Tuning results

Search result description:Oct 7, 2009 ... This three-part series is your starting point for tuning your system for power
efficiency. In Part 3, the author compares the performance of the five ...

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dW:AIX and UNIX:Performance Tools Forum:Analysing NMON ...

Search result description:Oct 27, 2011 ... Re: Analysing NMON graph on Linux CPU % by command. Oct 27, 2011. This is
the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer. Maybe I ...

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Monitoring Agent for Linux OS Reference

Search result description:attribute in the Linux CPU Config data set. v Model Number: The processor
model number. Note: the value -1 indicates Not. Available, the value -2 indicates
Not ...

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CPU time accounting

Search result description:This Web page contains white papers and presentations on performance
considerations for database servers on Linux on z Systems.

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Linux: Show the number of CPU cores and sockets on your system ...

Search result description:Apr 20, 2012 ... I'm a UNIX / Linux System Administrator in Colorado Springs, CO. This is my blog
about all things UNIX/Linux related. I'm on twitter at @ ...

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Reduce Linux power consumption, Part 1: The CPUfreq subsystem

Search result description:Sep 15, 2009 ... This three-part series is your starting point for tuning your system for power
efficiency. In Part 1, get up to speed on the components and ...

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Reduce Linux power consumption, Part 2: General and governor ...

Search result description:Sep 23, 2009 ... This three-part series is your starting point for tuning your system for power
efficiency. In Part 2, follow a step-by-step guide on the general ...

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developerWorks : Technical Topics : Java™ technology : IBM ...

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The Linux on Power Community : Measuring stolen CPU cycles

Search result description:Feb 7, 2013 ... A quick primer on the concepts of "stolen" CPU cycles when using RHEL 5.2,
RHEL 5.3, SLES 10sp2, or SLES 11 on POWER systems.

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Take charge of processor affinity

Search result description:Sep 29, 2005 ... Knowing a little bit about how the Linux 2.6 scheduler treats CPU affinity can help
you design better userspace applications. Soft affinity means ...

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How to add virtual processors on a Linux on System z Server ...

Search result description:Aug 10, 2011 ... Although this is a pretty old feature for Linux on IBM System z, some customers I'
ve been talking to in the field, found the procedure outlined ...

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CPU hotplug

Search result description:This Web page contains CPU hotplug presentations for Linux on z Systems.

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Help! My CPU is starved. What do I feed it? (IBM Business Process ...

Search result description:Dec 10, 2012 ... We've moved - New entries here: https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/
community/blogs/aimsupport/ - Technical support knowledge for IBM ...

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Inside the Linux 2.6 Completely Fair Scheduler

Search result description:Dec 15, 2009 ... The task scheduler is a key part of any operating system, and Linux continues to
evolve and innovate in this area. In kernel 2.6.23, the ...


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