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Duplicate Linux kernel parameters from one machine to another

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kaushikbr
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Duplicate Linux kernel parameters from one machine to another

Hi

I'm a newbie to Linux. I am installing redhat linux on a new server. I have to export the kernel parameters from an identical machine and import it on this new server. Is there anything similar to kconfig on HP-UX ?

Thanks and Regards
Kaushik
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Steven E. Protter
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Re: Duplicate Linux kernel parameters from one machine to another

Shalom,

sysctl -a

You can use the sysctl script to create output which you can use to set the kernel parameters on a second system.

It would be best however if the systems were exact duplicates of one and other hardware wise.

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kaushikbr
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Re: Duplicate Linux kernel parameters from one machine to another

Shalom Steven,

Thanks for your reply. The systems are exact replicas in terms of hardware. I will use the method you suggested.

Thanks and Regards
Kaushik