Solaris Resource Manager 1.3 System Administration Guide

Changing the Lnode Structure

The limadm command provides a facility to indivisibly change the contents of attributes within lnodes, given that the invoker has sufficient privilege. Change commands can be specified directly on the command line, or the name of a file containing the change commands can be specified (by using the -f option).

The limreport command is able to generate attribute value assignments using the limadm syntax (refer to the preserve identifier in the limadm syntax), the output of which can be input to limreport using the -f option. This allows the administrator to use the two programs together to selectively save and restore the contents of the limits database.