ndd equivelent command in redhat linux 7.3

Posted on 2006-05-19
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
when i start the Netbackup from master server to linux client

Master server- Solaris 8
client- Redhat linux 7.3

When a netbackup starts a backup of linux client the tranfer rate 80 kb/sec. For other linux system all transfer 3279 kb/sec
how to check the speed and how to find the cause of slow transfer even i tried to copy 40 mb file it took almost 30 mins to transfer.
Question by:nessmssit
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    sysctl is the rough equivalent to ndd. Syntax differs, of course.

    Changes made via the sysctl command are no permanent. To make them permanent, use /etc/sysctl.conf
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