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Intel® EP80579 Software for IP Telephony: Linux* Tuning GuideAbstractThe purpose of this document is to provide the user with a “tuning guide” for the Red Hat* Enterprise Linux* Edition version 5 (RHEL5) operating system, to allow the best possible performance from the Intel® EP80579 integrated processor. This tuning guide contains a set of instructions and a description of how best to configure the RHEL5 OS. It pays particular attention to default processes running on the OS.It is assumed the reader is familiar with Intel® EP80579 integrated processor and in particular, the Intel® EP80579 software for IP telephony applications on Intel® QuickAssist Technology that is used as an example in this paper.Read the full Intel® EP80579 Software for IP Telephony Linux* Tuning Guide.
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