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© November 1999 Tony Lawrence

Resource Management

This is a Sun Solaris book; part of the Blueprints © series. As such, the primary audience is, of course, Solaris users. At that, only high end systems are likely to use or even need the tools discussed here. However, anyone interested in high performance systems might well be interested in the subjects here even though most (though not all) of it is Solaris specific. I'd also expect that we'll be seeing similar tools in the Unix and Linux environment soon.

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