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March meeting topics...

On Tue, 5 Mar 2002 christoph at wrote:

> Greetings fellow BLU (wo)men group.  I'd like some feedback on whether
> or not the following topics would be of value to everyone.
> In the spirit of enterprise computing, here's my outline for March:
> 	30min 10,000 foot view of what I think "enterprise Linux" is about
> 	45min on RedHat Kickstart setup and deployment
> 	45min on Linux Logical Volume Management
> I should have a couple of servers, so there'll be plenty of live technical
> screw-ups & technical difficulties to entertain everyone.
> How does that sound?

Maybe add the new enterprise-tuned kernel/distro from Red Hat.

If you want to get more technical, maybe an overview of exactly what 
bottlenecks servers present in enterprise environments (scheduling, 
network IO, SMP concurrency, disk cache...)

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