systunedump - Dumps /proc files for kernel tuning.
[ -c,--config configfile
] [ -h,
] [ -p, --path dumppath
] [ -v, --verbose
This program dumps elements of the /proc filesystem to standard output in a
format which, if redirected to a file, can be used by the systune(8)
systunedump > /etc/systune.conf
systunedump --config /etc/systune.kernel20.dump >
systunedump --config /dev/null --path
/proc/sys/vm > /etc/systune.conf
- -c, --config configfile
- Specify an alternative configuration file. The default is
- -h, --help
- Print a short explanation of the command syntax.
- -p, --path dumppath
- Add the specified path to any items already listed in the
configuration file. Items in the path must be separated by whitespace. All
items in the path must begin /proc/sys/.
- -v, --verbose
- Verbose mode: allow non-existent items in the path and
configuration file to produce errors to standard error. Without this
option, erroneous paths are discarded silently.
- A file containing a list of paths to dump. Each pathname
must begin with /proc/sys/. Comments, introduced by #, can be
included; the whole line from the comment character onwards is discarded,
together with any whitespace immediately preceding it.
The configuration file can be a file, such as /etc/systune.conf
contains previously dumped data; the definition part of each line, after and
including the colon, is discarded.
Piotr Roszatycki <email@example.com>.
Daniel Podlejski, Oliver Elphick.