sysctl.conf



SYSCTL.CONF(5)                File Formats Manual               SYSCTL.CONF(5)


NAME

     sysctl.conf - sysctl variables to set at system startup


DESCRIPTION

     sysctl.conf contains a list of sysctl(8) variable assignments that is
     read at system startup by rc(8) early on in the boot sequence.

     The file is made up of sysctl(8) variable assignments (variable=value)
     with comments designated by a hash mark (`#').


FILES

     /etc/sysctl.conf


EXAMPLES

     To turn on IP forwarding, one would use the following line:

           net.inet.ip.forwarding=1

     To cause the kernel to reboot on a panic, instead of dropping into the
     debugger, the following can be used:

           ddb.panic=0


SEE ALSO

     rc(8), sysctl(8)


HISTORY

     A sysctl.conf file first appeared in OpenBSD 2.3.

OpenBSD 6.2                      May 31, 2007                      OpenBSD 6.2

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