thanks to Kevin Buterbaugh, who seems to have nailed this one for me.
: 1. You can change some kernel parameters on the fly with adb. If you
: don't know if a particular parameter can be changed on the fly, or you
: don't already know how to use adb, then don't do it. Set 'em in
: /etc/system and reboot.
: 2. The parameters you reference can be set with "set
: semsys:seminfo_semusz=99999", "set semsys:seminfo_semvmx=99999", and "set
: semsys:seminfo_semaem=99999" respectively.
: Hope this helps...
: hey all,
: I am trying to put in a bea weblogic server. it has various semaphore and
: shared memory requirements that I am putting in /etc/system. I have 2
: 1. how can I set these requirements on a running kernel?
: 2. I have three lines that I can't figure out in my requirements:
: Solaris Name Traditional Name Default Sample
: semsys:siminfo semusz
: semsys:siminfo semvmx
: semsys:siminfo semaem
: the rest of them were pretty straightfoward like:
: shmsys:shminfo_shmmax SHMMAX 131072 67108864
: so in my /etc/system I had
: set shmsys:shminfo_shmmax=67108864
: ie I would use "set <Solaris Name>=<Sample Setting>
: but for the last three (the siminfo ones above) the Solaris Name is the
: same. am I doing this wrong?
: can somebody shed some light on this for me
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