If you are seeing high file system page-in rates on Solaris 8 or 9, you may benefit from increasing the value of segmap_percent. This parameter is set by adding the following line to the /etc/system file:
segmap_percent adjusts the percentage of memory that the kernel will map into its address space for the file system cache. The default value is 12; that is, the kernel will reserve enough space to map at most 12% of memory for the file system cache. On a heavily loaded machine with 4 GB of physical memory, improvements have been seen with values as high as 60. You should experiment with this value, starting with values around 25. On systems with large amounts of physical memory, you should raise this value in small increments, as it can significantly increase kernel memory requirements.