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NAME

       systune - Kernel tuning through the /proc filesystem.

SYNOPSIS

       systune [ -c, --config configfile ] [ -h, --help ] [ -v, --verbose ]

DESCRIPTION

       This   program   writes   kernel  parameters,  previously  saved  in  a
       configuration file, to  the  /proc  filesystem.   This  enables  kernel
       performance to be adjusted without recompiling the kernel.

OPTIONS

       -c, --config configfile
              Specify   an   alternative   config   file.    The   default  is
              /etc/systune.conf

       -h, --help
              Print a short explanation of syntax to standard output.

       -v, --verbose
              Verbose mode: cause non-existent paths in the  configuration  to
              generate  error  output to standard error.  Without this option,
              erroneous paths are discarded silently.

CONFIGURATION FILE FORMAT

       Each definition takes a single line, in the form path:definition, where
       path  must  begin  with  /proc/sys/.   Paths  beginning  with any other
       sequence are silently ignored.

       Comments are introduced by the character #.  The whole line from the  #
       character   onwards   is   discarded,   together  with  any  whitespace
       immediately preceding it.

       Blank lines are ignored.

FILES

       /etc/systune.conf
              A file with saved kernel parameters. It is possible to  generate
              this file with the systunedump (8) command.

SEE ALSO

       systunedump(8).

AUTHOR

       Piotr Roszatycki <dexter@debian.org>.

THANKS

       Daniel Podlejski, Oliver Elphick.