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Linux Internals
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Author(s): Moshe Bar
language: English
pages: 416
ISBN: 0072125985
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Written by recognized Linux expert, Moshe Bar, Linux Internals covers in detail core concepts of the Linux kernel, including the latest version 2.4.
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Today, millions use Linux as their operating system of choice. And although all Linux distributions include source-code, few people understand the inner workings of kernel programming. As more companies begin to rely on Linux for solutions, administrators and programmers need to optimize system performance to keep critical business functions running smoothly. Linux Internals, is a comprehensive insider's guide to kernel programming and OS theory. Written by recognized Linux expert, Moshe Bar, Linux Internals covers in detail core concepts of the Linux kernel, including the latest version 2.4. Including revealing commentary and enhancement suggestions, this book will give readers a thorough knowledge of Linux design principles and the process model.


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Includes in-depth coverage of:
Factors affecting performance, with measurements and explanations
Sample kernel enhancements
Variations between different Linux versions
Crisis-avoiding strategies for busy servers
Installation and tuning issues
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