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Part IV:
Managing Devices
Performance Tuning
Previous sections examined how to use tools such as sar, vmstat, and iostat to measure system performance before and after key events such as adding new RAM or CPUs or upgrading disks to faster speeds. In addition to these hardware changes, it is possible to increase the performance of an existing system by tuning the kernel. This could involve switching from a 32-bit to a 64-bit kernel, if supported by hardware, and setting appropriate parameters for shared memory, semaphores, and message queues in /etc/system. However, note that the Solaris 10 kernel is self-tuning to some extent for normal operations. Once database servers with special requirements are installed, or many users must be supported on a single system, it may be necessary to tweak some parameters and reboot. If a system is slow, the process list is the first place to look, as described in 8. One of the reasons that so much space is devoted to process management in this book is that it is often user processes, rather than system CPU time, that adversely impact system performance. The only time that kernel tuning will really assist is where shared memory and other parameters need to be adjusted for database applications, or where system time for processes far exceeds the user time. This can generally be established by using the time command. You can use some commonly modified parameters in the /etc/system file, described shortly, to improve system performance. After you make changes to /etc/system, you need to reboot the system, but you need to take caution: if a syntax error is detected in /etc/system, the system may not be able to booted. The first step in tuning the kernel is generally to set the maximum number of processes permitted per user to a sensible value. This is a hard limit that prevents individual users from circumventing limits imposed by quotas and nice values set by the superuser. To insert a maximum of 100 processes per user, make the following entry in /etc/system:
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If you are running a database server, your manual will no doubt supply minimum requirements for shared memory for the server. Shared memory is memory that can be locked but can be shared between processes, thereby reducing overhead for memory allocation. You can set the following parameters to determine how shared memory is allocated:
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