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FAQ-How to Set the Number of Solaris 8 Telnet Users

Publication Date:  2012-07-25 Views:  10 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q:
How to set the number of Solaris 8 Telnet users? 
 
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Solaris allows many users to log in to the N2000 BMS server. However, if each user performs operations on the server after login, the usage of CPU and memory of the N2000 BMS server will be kept high constantly. To control user login effectively, set the number of Telnet users as follows:
First, run the following commands to query:
root@N2000Server # echo "maxusers/D" | adb -k /dev/ksyms /dev/mem
physmem 3df2c
maxusers:
maxusers: 1982
Note: “maxusers:1982” refers to the maximum Telnet users allowed for the server. In general, this value is set high for the SUN server.
Since the N2000 BMS server does not require so many users for maintenance and testing, you can run the following command to set the number of users:
At the end of the /etc/system file, add the following contents:
set maxusers=50
set pt_cnt=50
In this way, the maximum number of users allowed to log in to the N2000 BMS server is set to 50. So the usage of the N2000 BMS server can be reduced. 
 
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