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Tune live kernel parameters manually using sysctl

Tune live kernel parameters manually using sysctl: RHCE Cert Prep: Kernel Tuning and Remote Logging
Tune live kernel parameters manually using sysctl: RHCE Cert Prep: Kernel Tuning and Remote Logging

Doing a lot of kernel tuning quickly can be done using sysctl while you're tuning for performance. Sysctl settings are the same as overwriting values in files in the /proc/sys virtual filesystem. You can also store sysctl settings in /etc/sysctl.conf but sysctl doesn't support profiles as tuned does.

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