Provided by: systune_0.5.13_all
systune - Kernel tuning through the /proc filesystem.
systune [ -c, --config configfile ] [ -h, --help ] [ -v, --verbose ]
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.
-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.
/etc/systune.conf A file with saved kernel parameters. It is possible to generate this file with the systunedump (8) command.
Piotr Roszatycki <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Daniel Podlejski, Oliver Elphick.