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Hello,

The max attached shm segments per process is defined to 6 in my Solaris 8, which is less than what I need. I add one line in /etc/system:
    set SHMSEG=128
but after reboot system, it is said that variable SHMSEG is not defined in kernel.
By which command can I get a variable list of kernel?
And how can I change the SHMSEG?
Thank you.

Regards,
fancyqin
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> By which command can I get a variable list of kernel?
  echo shminfo_shmseg/D | adb -k /dev/ksyms /dev/mem

> And how can I change the SHMSEG?
in /ec/system:
  set shmsys:shminfo_shmseg=128










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ahoffmann:

It's so helpful!
Thank you!

fancyqin
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