sysdef - display system definition
/usr/sbin/sysdef [kernel [master]]
The command sysdef analyzes the currently running system and reports
on its tunable configuration parameters. kernel and master are not
used, but can be specified for standards compliance.
For each configuration parameter, the following information is
NAME The name and description of the parameter.
VALUE The current value of the parameter.
BOOT The value of the parameter at boot time, if
different from the current value.
MIN The minimum allowed value of the parameter, if
MAX The maximum allowed value of the parameter, if
UNITS Where appropriate, the units by which the
parameter is measured.
FLAGS Flags that further describe the parameter. The
following flag is defined:
M Parameter can be modified without
Users of sysdef must not rely on the exact field widths and spacing of
its output, as these will vary depending on the system, the release of
HP-UX, and the data to be displayed.
/usr/conf/master.d Directory containing master files
Hewlett-Packard Company - 1 - HP-UX Release 11i: November 2000