Kernel Parameter Initializiation for SAP Systems

This package sets the kernel parameters to recommended values for SAP
systems in a dynamic way during boot time by using the sysctl(8) tool.

The kernel parameters can be changed by the user by editing the
variables in the configuration file /etc/sysconfig/sapconf.

Furthermore, it is checked that a well-sized /dev/shm is available for
the XSI shared memory facility. Note that /dev/shm is already part of
the tmpfs /dev which is mounted by the initial initrd ramdisk system
before booting.

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sapconf.service 0000000188 188 Bytes about 5 years
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