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Regina Mitchell
Frequent Advisor

Pre Setting Kernel Parameters

I have a RX6600 PA-RISC server running 11.23.
Without using SAM, what are the manual commands to change a kernel parameter value and save it to the nesxt scheduled reboot?

All replies are appreciated.
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Robert-Jan Goossens_1
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Re: Pre Setting Kernel Parameters

Hi Regina,

You can use the kctune command.

Regards,
Robert-Jan
Regina Mitchell
Frequent Advisor

Re: Pre Setting Kernel Parameters

Thanks. I am asking because someone tried to pre set semaphore values by modifying /stand/systems, thinking that that would work?

I've always used SAM to set kernel paramters. This is the why I'm asking.
Steven E. Protter
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Re: Pre Setting Kernel Parameters

Shalom,

An rx6600 running PA-RISC? No, I would say that one is running an Itanium Processor.

kctune can be used on the fly to make adjustments in the dynamic parameters. It can also be part of a process that recompile a new kernel, moves it to production and boots the system.

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Regina Mitchell
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Re: Pre Setting Kernel Parameters

Thanks to all that replied. I am closing this thread.
Regina Mitchell
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Re: Pre Setting Kernel Parameters

kctune I will use for modifying parameters. Thanks again.