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Current Kernel Development

Information on current kernel development status & Compatibality Status.

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dxkerneltuner(8)					      System Manager's Manual						  dxkerneltuner(8)

dxkerneltuner - Modifies or displays kernel subsystem attributes SYNOPSIS
/usr/bin/X11/dxkerneltuner OPTIONS
The Kernel Tuner application accepts all of the standard X Toolkit command-line options, which are documented in the OPTIONS section of the X(1X) reference page. DESCRIPTION
The Kernel Tuner application, dxkerneltuner, is used to maintain and manage the attributes of loadable kernel subsystems. It enables you to update the current and boot time values of updatable kernel subsystem attributes. Use Kernel Tuner to: Display kernel subsystems Display boot time and current values of kernel subsystem attributes Modify boot time values of kernel subsystem attributes Modify current values of updatable kernel subsystem attributes Read values for kernel subsystem attributes from a file Write values for kernel subsystem attributes to a file You must have root privileges to run the Kernel Tuner application. The Kernel Tuner application can be invoked from the CDE Application Manager from the following categories: Application Group: System_Admin System Admin Subgroup: Monitoring and Tuning For additional information about the graphical user interface, see the online help volume. The online help does not describe kernel subsys- tem attributes. For information on tuning particular attributes, refer to System Configuration and Tuning. EXAMPLES
To start the Kernel Tuner application from the command line, enter: /usr/bin/X11/dxkerneltuner To view the Kernel Tuner online help volume without running the application, enter the following command: /usr/dt/bin/dthelpview -h /usr/dt/appconfig/help/C/Dxkerneltuner.sdl FILES
Contains the Kernel Tuner application Contains the Kernel Tuner help volume Contains the default values for the application's X resources SEE ALSO
Commands: sysconfig(8), X(1X) Files: sysconfigtab(4) System Configuration and Tuning dxkerneltuner(8)

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