What is the default UFS_NINODES?

What is the default UFS_NINODES?

Post by Francis » Mon, 05 Dec 1994 16:38:35



I have enabled monitoring of system activity.  When I use the sar -g to see
the page-out activity, I observed that my %ufsipf is nearly 100%.  From what
I read, I would need to increase my UFS_NINODES.  How to increase this and
by how much?  I don't seem to have this parameter stated in my /etc/system.
What is the default?  I am running Solaris2.3 on a Sparc 10 with 64Mb memory
and 5 Gb hard disk.

Thanks in advance.

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