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SYSCTL.CONF(5) File Formats Manual SYSCTL.CONF(5) NAME sysctl.conf - sysctl configuration file SYNOPSIS sysctl.conf DESCRIPTION The sysctl.conf file defines the sysctl(7) kernel state tunables that can be set at boot time using sysctl(8) (using the -f switch) via the /etc/rc.d/sysctl startup script. The state to be set is described using a "Management Information Base" ("MIB") style name. The MIB and value must be separated by `=' with no whitespace, for example: name=value Blank lines, lines with just name, and comments (beginning with `#') are ignored. Line continuations using backslash `\' are permitted. Only integral and string values can be set. FILES /etc/sysctl.conf The file sysctl.conf resides in /etc. EXAMPLES The following is an example /etc/sysctl.conf file: # Change max open files kern.maxfiles=1792 # Run Veriexec in IDS mode kern.veriexec.strict=1 # Enable IP packet forwarding net.inet.ip.forwarding=1 SEE ALSO sysctl(3), rc.conf(5), sysctl(7), sysctl(8) HISTORY Support for sysctl.conf first appeared in NetBSD 1.5. NetBSD 8.0 October 4, 2007 NetBSD 8.0