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The proliferation of high-performance scalable servers has added a new level of complexity to networking and system performance. In this article, learn how to optimize your multi-node, high-performance Linux system as it uses system board gigabit Ethernet adapters from 1 to 4 nodes. Take a look at problematic networking scalability situations and get tips on how to avoid the pitfalls.
 read more | score:7946 | -solrac, January 12, 2008
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