SUMMARY: Commands to display all working variable values in /etc/system?

From: CIC Line <>
Date: Fri May 10 2002 - 12:22:07 EDT
Thank you all for the super quick replies.

Thanks Andy Cordova's link that makes it clear:

Many people point to 'sysdef' which I actually tried before my posting but 
did not get what I want. (#sysdef | grep -i maxusers)

Fabrice Guerini & john65 wrote:
If you know your variable name in advance, you can do this:
# echo "maxusers/D" | adb -k /dev/ksyms /dev/mem

Beck, Joe wrote:
so, i guess the answer is no, cause to get the nic related stuff you have to 
use ndd & to other stuff you have to use modinfo or other variant specific 

Original question:
Under Solaris, is there a command which can display all the current working 
values of variables in /etc/system such as maxusers=100, etc.?

Melissa Young
Unix System Administrator

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