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I am looking for info (books, forums, etc) concerning "Best Practices for UNIX HP-UX (10.0+) & Oracle 7.3+  .  Areas of interest include capacity management, process/methodology to support co-existence testing of applicatons on a single server,  consolidation of servers, etc.  Of special interest is a  process/framework to capture application/information growth and translate that into a capacity model which would then feed into to capital requirements for upgrades to the network, servers, disk, etc.    
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Unfortunately I have not found a book like this either.

However, I have a book called "Configuration and Capacity Planning for Solaris Servers" that can be applied to HP-UX. ISBN= 0-13-349952-9

Also, check out O'Reilly's "Oracle Performance Tuning"
ISBN=1-56592-237-9

I have been able to use these books across many UNIX platforms.
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tfabian earned 200 total points
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chek url

 http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/external-search/002-4227457-0365205?keyword=+Best+Practices+for+UNIX&tag=teddyfabian


for idea on books..

or look at url


   http://www.usenix.org/sage/


 for general reference on administering machines..
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