Interested in optimizing HP-UX for better system performance?
Memory latencies are measured in nanoseconds and disk latencies are measured in milliseconds. Eliminating unnecessary physical I/O and making sure your disk I/O is issued optimally are both critical to overall system performance. Veritas Filesystem, or VxFS, is the primary file system on HP-UX, and is the key to optimizing and maximizing your disk I/O.
Join us in this 1 hour webinar for an in-depth look at how VxFS accesses data and how you can tune to best meet your application needs. The webinar will cover:
- An in-depth look at VxFS data access methods - Direct I/O and Cached I/O - and how the they impact your performance
- Dynamic file system tunables, mount options, and file system block sizes
- Recommended options and tuning guidelines
- Discussion of new features and behaviors of HP-UX 11i v3, including Concurrent I/O, the Unified File Cache, and more
Register for the HP-UX VxFS Tuning and Performance Webinar here