Red Hat® Enterprise System Monitoring and Performance Tuning
RH442 Red Hat Enterprise System Monitoring and Performance Tuning is an advanced 4-dayhands-on lab course covering system architecture, performance characteristics, monitoring,benchmarking, and network performance tuning.
Note: Due to the time required to deliver course materials and set up students in the virtual classroom, enrollments for virtual sessions must be completed at least one week before the start of the class.
- Overview of system components and architecture as they related to system performance.
- Performance characteristics of current standard PC hardware.
- Translating manufacturers' hardware specifications into useful information.
- Using standard monitoring tools effectively
- Gathering and analyzing trend information
- Basics of SNMP
- Using SNMP to gather performance related data
- Graphing SNMP based information with MRTG
- Using open source benchmarking utilities
- Benchmarking systems as a holistic entity
- Application/resource specific benchmarking utilities
- Using /proc to tune operating system characteristics
- Module level tuning
- tuning device drivers (NIC's SCSI, etc.)
- Network performance tuning
- Application performance tuning considerations
- Tuning for specific configurations
- Evaluating ext3 performance
- Tuning for SMB/CIFS servers
- Tuning for compute servers
- Tuning for file servers
- Tuning to tune for database servers
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