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SUSE Linux tuning for Java

I have a very chatty java application  which I am going to run on a SUSE Enterprise server. The server is running on ESX and is very beefy hardware. There will be a few user connecting, but not much more than a handful.

I want to tun the server to run 3-4 java heaps about 4GB.

Where would I start tuning?

Which Kernel parms?

Anyone know some good linux tuning books? Or java tuning with OS kernel tuning in it?
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