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Old 07-22-2009
/etc/system forceload set order

hi,
Did try to search Sun site but couldn't find relevant results, so allow me to ask:

Do I need to put the set after forceload in /etc/system or can I put the set anywhere in the file? (Using Solaris 10)

Any ways to find out if the variables are set using command line? Does prtconf print ALL variables or just a subset?

Thanks
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Old 07-24-2009
You do not need a set in front of a forclaod line in the /etc/system file.

Try running:
Code:
# sysdef -i

This will list the kernel's parameters.

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