/usr/sbin/kctune is the administrative command for HP-UX kernel tunable parameters.  It gives information about tunable parameters and their values, and makes changes to tunable values.

To list all tunable paramters :

# kctune
Tunable                       Value  Expression   Changes
NSTREVENT                        50  Default
NSTRPUSH                         16  Default
NSTRSCHED                         0  Default
STRCTLSZ                       1024  Default
STRMSGSZ                      65535  65535
acctresume                        4  Default
acctsuspend                       2  Default
aio_listio_max                  256  Default      Immed
aio_max_ops                    2048  Default      Immed
….
#

To list details about particular paramter:

# kctune -v -q maxuprc
Tunable             maxuprc
Description         Maximum number of processes for each non-root user
Module              pm
Current Value       29995
Value at Next Boot  29995
Value at Last Boot  29995
Default Value       256
Constraints         maxuprc >= 3
                    maxuprc <= nproc – 5
Can Change          Immediately or at Next Boot

Changing the paramter values :
 
# kctune maxuprc=29990
WARNING: The automatic ‘backup’ configuration currently contains the
         configuration that was in use before the last reboot of this
         system.
     ==> Do you wish to update it to contain the current configuration
         before making the requested change? y
       * The automatic ‘backup’ configuration has been updated.
       * The requested changes have been applied to the currently
         running system.
Tunable            Value  Expression  Changes
maxuprc  (before)  29995  29995       Immed
         (now)     29990  29990
        
Verify after changing :         

# kctune -v -q maxuprc
Tunable             maxuprc
Description         Maximum number of processes for each non-root user
Module              pm
Current Value       29990
Value at Next Boot  29990
Value at Last Boot  29995
Default Value       256
Constraints         maxuprc >= 3
                    maxuprc <= nproc – 5
Can Change          Immediately or at Next Boot

The maxuprc parameter is to set the maximum number of process a non-root user can run.
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