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Performance tunning (Max. TCP connection)

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Hi,

Can anyone tell how to set in Solaris 2.6 such that I can maximise the TCP conection to the server?

The reason I want to do it is because I am worry that if there are already a lot of connections to the server, any new connections will be dropped.

Thanks.

Regards,
alex
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Hi,

Before changing anything, run this:

netstat -s | grep tcp

Keep an eye on the tcpListenDrop, it should be 0 under ideal situations.

Before you do anything install and run SE Toolkit 3.2.1.  You can get it from http://www.sunfreeware.com and it will let you know if anything needs changing.

Good luck, Nisus
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