Setting sysctl variables BEFORE the kernel boots and runs init?
micheal at cancercare.net
Wed Aug 27 22:20:35 PDT 2003
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Subject: Setting sysctl variables BEFORE the kernel boots and runs init?
> I would like to be able to set certain sysctl variables in the kernel,
> preferably BEFORE the kernel finishes booting and runs init, etc. (or
> at the worst case, very shortly after init runs) I thought I
> remembered that there was a way to do this through the boot loader.
> Can anyone enlighten me? Thanks.
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You can configure sysctl options if you create the file /etc/sysctl.conf and
put your changes there. Is this what you're looking for?
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