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sys_attrs_netrain(5)					 sys_attrs_netrain(5)



NAME

  sys_attrs_netrain - netrain subsystem	attributes

DESCRIPTION

  This reference page lists and	describes attributes for the Redundant Array
  of Independent Network adapters (NetRAIN) (netrain) kernel subsystem.	Refer
  to the sys_attrs(5) reference	page for an introduction to the	topic of ker-
  nel subsystem	attributes.



  nr_debug
      A	value that enables (1) or disables (0) the logging of NetRAIN debug
      messages in syslog kern.log file.

      Do not modify the	default	setting	for this attribute unless instructed
      to do so by Compaq Computer Corporation support personnel	or by patch
      kit documentation.

      Default value: 0 (disabled)



  nr_maxdev
      The number of NetRAIN devices allowed on the system. The first NetRAIN
      device is	nr0.

      Default value: 128 (devices)

      Minimum value: 0

      Maximum value: 512

      The maximum nr device number is nr_maxdev	- 1. For example, using	the
      default value of 128, the	maximum	NetRAIN	device number is nr127.



  nr_timeout_dead_interface
      The time interval	or frequency between successive	polls of a dead
      interface	by the Network Interface Failure Finder	(NIFF) traffic moni-
      tor thread (nifftmt).

      Default value: 6 (seconds)

      Minimum value: 0

      Maximum value: INT_MAX, or 2 billion



  nr_timeout_o
      The total	amount of time for the nifftmt thread routine to declare an
      interface	dead (from the GREEN state to the DEAD state).

      Default value: 10	(seconds)

      Minimum value: 0

      Maximum value: INT_MAX, or 2 billion



  nr_timeout_t
      The time interval	or frequency between successive	reads of a NetRAIN
      interface's counters by the nifftmt thread when the network is operat-
      ing normally.

      Default value: 4 (seconds)

      Minimum value: 0

      Maximum value: INT_MAX, or 2 billion



SEE ALSO

  sys_attrs(5)

  Network Administration: Connections