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hpr3322 :: Tune system performance with tuned

Introduction to tuned and tuned-adm

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The tuned-adm command switches profiles to help you fine-tune your Linux system's performance.

For more about performance, see Powertop Linuxcon 2015 presentation and maybe listen to my GNU World Order episode


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Comment #1 posted on 2022-01-21 21:13:55 by Windigo

Lost udev episode

I was surprised to hear you say you've never done an episode on udev, because I distinctly remember that episode! You were discussing creating your own udev rules to automatically run tasks upon inserting a USB drive. It may be that you've never done an episode on HPR about it; I can't find it for the life of me. Either way, thank you - as always - for the excellent episode. :)

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