NCAKMOD(1) User Commands NCAKMOD(1)

ncakmod - start or stop the NCA kernel module

/etc/init.d/ncakmod start | stop

ncakmod is used to start or stop the Solaris Network Cache and Accelerator ("NCA") kernel module.

When the start option is specified at the command-line, the NCA kernel module will be activated for all physical interfaces listed in the nca.if file. When the ncakmod command is invoked with the stop option, the NCA kernel module will print the following message:

To stop NCA, please set the status configuration parameter
to disable in ncakmod.conf and then reboot your system. See
the ncakmod.conf(4) manual page for more information.

Note that in order to properly stop NCA on your system, you must first edit the ncakmod.conf(4) file and set the status field to "disable," then reboot your system.

Starts the NCA kernel module.


Describes the current method for stopping the NCA feature.

Example 1 Starting and Stopping the NCA Feature

The following command is used to start the NCA feature:

example% /etc/init.d/ncakmod start

The NCA kernel module startup script.


Specifies configuration options for the NCA kernel module.

See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:

Interface Stability Evolving

nca(1), ncab2clf(1), ncad_addr(4), nca.if(4), ncakmod.conf(4), ncalogd.conf(4), attributes(5)

September 28, 2001 OmniOS