Linux Journal Contents #137, September 2005

Linux Journal Issue #137/September 2005



  • Memory Ordering in Modern Microprocessors, Part II  by Paul E. McKenney
    When all the processors are trying to read and write the same main memory, you can do things the right way, the wrong way or the right way but so-slow-nobody-cares way.
  • Linux Groupware Roundup  by Francis Lachapelle and Ludovic Marcotte
    Take a tour of the apps that can keep your whole company or project organized.
  • Native XML Database Storage and Retrieval  by George Feinberg
    If your application handles XML, shouldn't your database? Here's how one system handles it.
  • A System Monitoring Dashboard  by John Ouellette
    Sometimes a big system monitoring solution is overkill. This simple script sees services the way users do and keeps you up to date on what's up and what's down.


  • First Beowulf Cluster in Space  by Ian McLoughlin, Timo Bretschneider and Bharath Ramesh
    Want to be absolutely sure of getting your article in LJ? Just put the first Beowulf cluster in space.







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