The November 13 meeting of linuxatlax will be a compelling double header->
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From 10:30 to 12:00 Robert Shingledecker will review Garden Grove's
Information Systems (a division of the Controller's Office) They manage a
Linux/Samba/D3 Network that consists of 6 production Linux Servers and over 320
Window 95/Linux Desktop Clients. He'll deploying a network model of this.
Then at 1 pm Charlie Bryant from SGI will discuss important new capabilities SGI is
adding to the Open Source movement - including asynchronous I/O, big memory
support (>1 GB), 64-bit journaled file system (xfs), kernel debugging (kdb),
performance monitoring (performance co-pilot) - and their impact on 3rd party
applications and performance. He'll also be showcasing the 1400L server
So what more could you ask for! Please come and join us for the fun and festivities.