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On Feb 9, 2005, at 10:21 AM, David Osguthorpe wrote:
On Tue, Feb 08, 2005 at 03:12:11PM -0800, Shantonu Sen wrote:
You are most likely running the nvram(8) commandline tool and not
rebooting. The core dumping settings will not be honored (they are only
parsed at startup) and the settings will not be preserved.
Is there no way to force the nvram update without rebooting?
Anybody know if the kernel hooks in the IOKit for the NVRAM allow for the creation of such a program?
Is the NVRAM memory mapped into the kernel such that the bsd kvm_read/kvm_write
calls can be used to update the NVRAM?
Neither of these will affect when the kernel will next read NVRAM.
It makes for difficult cluster management if you have to reboot the nodes just to udpate the nvram variables
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