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Old 27th July 2010
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Default OpenBSD 4.7 Kernel threads support

Hi All,

I want to build a new OpenBSD kernel image that has support of more than 100 kernel threads to test system performance with this support, against OpenBSD kernel than has support of few kernel threads. So, I want to know how can I tune kernel thread parameter or flag (using either sysctl or ulimit or something else) to add maximum kernel thread support?

Any guidance would be really helpful.
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