SUMMARY: kernel inode cache

From: Jeff Victor (victoj@kellas.Sage.EDU)
Date: Fri Feb 24 1995 - 23:46:24 CST

Once again, Casper Dik came through (how many of these questions must you
answer before being eligible for sainthood? :-) )

(Unfortunately, the answer (netstat -k) is not *in* the man pages...)

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>All the manuals say you can tune ufs_ninode, but nobody says where you
>can check if your tuning "stuck". sysdef -i reports 'file descriptors',
>but tuning ufs_ninode didn't change that value. The original value was
>400, I used "set ufs_ninode=800", but sysdef -i still says:
>40:400 file descriptors

This is teh limit in per rpocess fiule descriptors.

>How can you check on the present value of ufs_ninode?

Netstat -k or adb -k /dev/ksyms /dev/mem (ufs_ninode/D)


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Jeff Victor The SageNet `Net Sage'
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