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23 September 2004

AGM 2004

Announcement Letter (& PDF)

Letter, Agenda, & forms as a single PDF (5pp)

Minutes of 2003 AGM (PDF)

Council Report (awaited)

Treasurer's Report (awaited)


Proxy Vote (& PDF)

Council Nomination (& PDF)

Working Group Interest (& PDF)

Minutes of 2004 AGM
[available October 2004]



Following the AGM, at 19:00 there will be a LUUG Lecture.

Non-members are welcome.

Jon Haslam
DTrace -- Solaris Dynamic Tracing: the observability revolution

Jon is a Software Engineer at Sun Microsystems.

The talk starts at19:00 and follows UKUUG's AGM (18:15); both will be in Lecture Theatre 2, Cruciform Building, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E  6AE.

Dynamic Tracing (DTrace) is one of the hot, new technologies in the next revision of Sun's Operating System, Solaris 10. DTrace provides the ability to generate concise answers to almost arbitrary questions about the behaviour of your systems, from the top of the application through to the bottom of the kernel. We'll take a look at the basics of the architecture and the D language before seeing DTrace in action with a demonstration of it's abilities.

You can read more about DTrace on Jon's blog:

If nothing else, read this one for a really neat and useful application:

After the talk we will look for food in a nearby restaurant (the Spaghetti House in Goodge Street is most likely).

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