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Tru64 UNIX® engineering tips: the ones who write the code describe how to make your solutions fly higher.

Tru64 UNIX engineering here offers you hints and insights into various areas of the Tru64 UNIX operating environment, working in partnership with you to increase the business value of your Tru64 UNIX installation.

» Configuring Tru64 UNIX for Large Memory Applications in a NUMA Environment (pdf)
» Keeping NFS running and what to do if it isn't.
» Optimize LSM performance

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