ASE ships with a script to tune the host Linux operating system for handling high TCP concurrency and optimizing performance. To understand the tuning parameters, refer to the tuning script comments. When running the tuning script, changes are displayed on the console to provide insight into system modifications. To undo system changes, run the untune script
tunescript for your platform before starting ASE.
The following commands are for tuning RHEL. For tuning Ubuntu, use the Ubuntu tuning scripts.
Tune the host system:
Make sure to close the current shell after running the tune script and proceeding to start ASE.
Untune the host system:
The “untune” script brings the system back to its original state. Enter the following command in the command line:
rootuser to run the tune and untune scripts.