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How to gather the kernel parameters in a text file for example ?

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Hi experts.

I need to gather the kernel parameters of the Oracle user and the parameters in the smit for the oracle user to a text file.
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by:woolmilkporc
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What exactly do you mean with "kernel parameters" and "parameters in the smit"?
Something like "ulimit" or so?

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by:LindaC
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The parameters shown in the ulimit -a and all the smit parameters for the Oracle user.
Smit or smitty is the program used by System Admins (I'am a Dba not a System Admin) to configure different parameters that affect the oracle user.
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by:woolmilkporc
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Well, I know what smit is .....

smit is used to configure almost anything - network, devices, file systems, printing, accounting, installation ...

So what do you want to get displayed?

su - oracle -c ulimit -a > /tmp/oracle.ulimit
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by:woolmilkporc
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Maybe

lsuser -f oracle

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by:LindaC
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Why the lsuser -f oracle did not bring the ulimit ?
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1) Because lsuser and ulimit are two different commands?

2) Take a closer look at the output of lsuser:

fsize, cpu, data, stack, core, rss, nofiles, threads ...
 
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Thank you.
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