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Oracle Solaris Tunable Parameters Reference Manual     Oracle Solaris 10 1/13 Information Library
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1.  Overview of Oracle Solaris System Tuning

What's New in Oracle Solaris System Tuning?

Oracle Solaris System Tuning in the Solaris 10 Release

Default Stack Size

System V IPC Configuration

NFSv4 Parameters

New and Changed TCP/IP Parameters

IP Forwarding Changes

SPARC: Translation Storage Buffer (TSB) Parameters

SCTP Tunable Parameters

Tuning an Oracle Solaris System

Tuning Format of Tunable Parameters Descriptions

Tuning the Oracle Solaris Kernel

/etc/system File

Example-Setting a Parameter in /etc/system

Recovering From an Incorrect Value

kmdb Command

mdb Command

Example-Using mdb to Display Information

Special Oracle Solaris tune and var Structures

Viewing Oracle Solaris System Configuration Information

sysdef Command

kstat Utility

2.  Oracle Solaris Kernel Tunable Parameters

3.  Oracle Solaris ZFS Tunable Parameters

4.  NFS Tunable Parameters

5.  Internet Protocol Suite Tunable Parameters

6.  System Facility Parameters

A.  Tunable Parameters Change History

B.  Revision History for This Manual


kstat Utility

kstats are data structures maintained by various kernel subsystems and drivers. They provide a mechanism for exporting data from the kernel to user programs without requiring that the program read kernel memory or have superuser privilege. For more information, see kstat(1M) or kstat(3KSTAT).