I recently had to edit /etc/conf/cf.d/mtune to change a shared memory parameter on an OSR5 machine, and noticed this statement at the top:
* This Module contains Proprietary Information of Microsoft * Corporation and should be treated as Confidential.
What on earth could Microsoft have that is proprietary with tuning the SCO kernel?
- Bruce Garlock
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