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What is swsp_trc_flags

 
chuanpeng.wang
Frequent Advisor

What is swsp_trc_flags

I found kernel parameter swsp_trc_flags in a 11.11 system(June 2003).
And another system(June 2006) doesn't have this parameter.

What does this parameter config?
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VK2COT
Honored Contributor

Re: What is swsp_trc_flags

Hello,

I saw this kernel parameter on several
servers that ran Oracle.

I must admit, I did not pay too much notice
as no documentation ever talked about it.

It does not seem to be a "standard"
HP-UX kernel parameter.

It could even be one of those vendor-base-application parameters?

Hopefully, someone will know more about it :)

Cheers,

VK2COT
VK2COT - Dusan Baljevic

Re: What is swsp_trc_flags

Just a guess..

The swsp driver is the Secure Path driver, so - this could be a non-user kernel parm used for tracing what Secure Path is doing... you should be able to figure out if the system has secure path installed by running "swlist | grep -i swsp"

I wouldn't advise mucking about with it.

HTH

Duncan

HTH

Duncan