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set filecache_max to 3Gb

Can anyone please help me ...need to set filecache_max to 2Gb and filecache_min to 1GB.. how?

these are the existing values... what do these values mean? are they in bytes?

 

thank you

 

 

filecache_max                 8167473152  Default      Auto
filecache_min                  816746496  Default      Auto

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Re: set filecache_max to 2Gb

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>need to set filecache_max to 2Gb and filecache_min to 1GB.. how?

 

Just use kctune(1m):

kctune filecache_max=2GB  filecache_min=1GB

 

>what do these values mean? are they in bytes?

 

Use "kctune -v filecache_max filecache_min" for a description.  Yes bytes.

 

 

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Re: set filecache_max to 2Gb

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>need to set filecache_max to 2Gb and filecache_min to 1GB.. how?

 

Just use kctune(1m):

kctune filecache_max=2GB  filecache_min=1GB

 

>what do these values mean? are they in bytes?

 

Use "kctune -v filecache_max filecache_min" for a description.  Yes bytes.

 

 

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Re: set filecache_max to 2Gb

thank you very much Dennis