Forgive me if this is the wrong place to enter this; I was told that it was
the preferred place.
The URL (above) points to a gzip file with a couple of startup scripts I
wrote and would like to contribute. The script reads in a config file (and
specified generic templates), and sets:
1. the relevant /proc kernel settings
2. hdparm parameters for mounted drives
3. the mtrr (on Pentium II, etc, systems) to help improve video
This resets the various performance settings (and other tunable kernel
parameters) when the system boots, so that the user does not have to create
a custom script.
The templates are meant to help simplify the users life: forexample, the
"fileserver" template automagically configures the settings relevant to
fileservers. Templates could be created for recommended, benchmark
All the best,
Apologies for the late reply.
In 6.2 and later, there is /etc/sysctl.conf for tuning kernel
parameters. In the 7.0beta and later, there is /etc/sysconfig/harddisks
for turning stuff with hdparm. Plus, XFree4 automatically
sets up mtrrs. Hence, most of this is implemented as
of the 7.0 betas.