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Listing all kernel module parameters in use
07-11-2012, 11:24 AM
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Information Listing all kernel module parameters in use
Start any terminal, become root and then copy'n'paste the following scriptlet to the terminal ....

cat /proc/modules | cut -f 1 -d " " | while read module; do \
echo "Module: $module"; \
if [ -d "/sys/module/$module/parameters" ]; then \
ls /sys/module/$module/parameters/ | while read parameter; do \
echo -n "Parameter: $parameter --> "; \
cat /sys/module/$module/parameters/$parameter; \
done; \
fi; \
echo; \
done > modparams.txt


It is supposed to generate a file called modparams.txt with all module parameters in use.
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