Tony Luck Archive

Tony Luck is a principal engineer at Intel. Since graduating from Warwick University, Tony Luck has worked on just about every UNIX variant (V6 to SVR4, Genix, Solaris, HP-UX, and Linux) on a wide variety of microprocessor architectures (m68k, m88k, ns32k, sparc, pa-risc, Itanium). For the past seven years Tony has been at Intel and is currently the Linux maintainer for the Itanium architecture.
Linux Scalability in a NUMA World
The numa library provides many tools for the programmer to control where programs are run and where they allocate memory.