Copyright © 2005 Richard McDougall & James Mauro
USENIX '05 –Anaheim, Ca.This tutorial is copyright © 2005 by Richard McDougall and James Mauro. It may not be used in whole or part for commercial purposeswithout the express written consent of Richard McDougall and James Mauro
About The Instructors
Richard McDougall is a Distinguished Engineer in the Performance and Availability Engineering group at SunMicrosystems, where he focuses on large systems architecture, performance, measurement and observability. Richard'sinterests and expertise include the development of tools for measuring andJim Mauro is a Senior Staff Engineer in the Performance and AvailabilityEngineering group at Sun Microsystems, where he focuses on availabilitybenchmarking and system performance tuning. Jim's past efforts includedeveloping a framework for measuring system availability, individualavailability benchmarks, improving SunCluster availability andestablishing company-wide metrics for assessing system availability.
Richard and Jim authored Solaris Internals:Core KernelArchitecture,Prentice Hall, 2001. ISBN email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Sizing Solaris systems. Among his numerous contributions, Richarddesigned and implemented numerous enhancements to the Solariskernel virtual memory subsystem, and file system IO layer.