Managing performance parameters through systemd

Presented by Sander van Vugt
Monday 1:55 p.m.–2:25 p.m.
Target audience: User


In this talk you¹ll learn how to manage performance parameters through systemd. You¹ll discover how systemd splits the Linux operating system into 3 different slices - and how that may lead to unexpected situations in some cases. You¹ll also learn how to modify a unit file to ensure that your services will always be sure that the resources they need will be available.

Presented by

Sander van Vugt

Sander van Vugt is an author and Linux instructor who has been working with Linux since the very beginning. Some of his works include the book "RHCSA/RHCE 7 Cert Guide" and his new video course "Linux under the hood". Sander likes digging in to the possibilities of the operating system, and particularly likes getting beyond what is provided by command line interfaces. San

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