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Ip_soft_rings_cnt parameter

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i have a backup server T5220 with a 7 1Gig aggregate. I read that for a 10 gig link ip_soft_rings_cnt should be set to 16. Is them same true for link aggregation as well. Currently ip_soft_rings_cnt is set to 2.
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ip_soft_rings_cnt (Solaris Tunable Parameters Reference Manual) says count your cores. I might try up to 2 x cores. Seems to create more buffering and less lock waiting.
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