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Solaris Tunable Parameters Reference Manual
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Network Cache and Accelerator (NCA) Tunable Parameters

sq_max_size (Solaris 9 12/02 Release)

This parameter information changed significantly in later Solaris releases. Please see sq_max_size for more information.

Description

The depth of the syncq (number of messages) before a destination streams queue generates a QFULL message.

Default

2 messages

Range

1 to 0 (unlimited)

Dynamic?

No

When to Change

When NCA is running on a system with a lot of memory, increase this parameter to allow drivers to queue more packets of data. If a server is under heavy load, increase this parameter so modules and drivers may process more data without dropping packets or getting backlogged.

Commitment Level

Unstable

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