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ndd param change

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Kuntal Gupta
Frequent Advisor

ndd param change

Dear HPUX lovers,

 

OS: HP UX 11.31 V3

 

I want to set "ip_send_source_quench" to  0.

 

I think the command for this is:

 

#ndd -set /dev/ip ip_send_source_quench 0

 

Is the the change will be permanent?

 

To make the change permanent waht should be done?

 

nddconf does contain any entry for ip_send_source_quench.

 

ndd -f shows the param.

 

Regards...

 

Kuntal

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Matti_Kurkela
Honored Contributor
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Re: ndd param change

If you just change the setting with the ndd command, the change will not be permanent: when the system is rebooted, the default value will be used again.

 

To make it permanent, you must add the setting to /etc/rc.config.d/nddconf in the form of three lines:

TRANSPORT_NAME[0]=ip
NDD_NAME[0]=ip_send_source_quench
NDD_VALUE[0]=0

 Note: if the /etc/rc.config.d/nddconf file already has some other settings configured, you should replace [0] in the above lines with the number of the highest-numbered existing setting +1.

MK
Kuntal Gupta
Frequent Advisor

Re: ndd param change

Thanks MK, it worked.

 

Regards...

 

Kuntal