This topic discusses the difference between internet
(TCP/IP) and kernel
tunable parameters, and provides information about how to display or change
A description and minimum, maximum and default values are given
for each tunable parameter.
Adjusting these parameters can have a significant impact on system
performance, both positive and negative.
Think carefully about how your computer is used, analyze its current
performance, and consider other performance factors
(such as filesystem organization, sticky bits, and
$PATH efficiency) before tuning the kernel.
About tunable parameters
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