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In CentOS 4.x, I can set the txqueuelen parameter on a network interface with "ifconfig eth0 txqueuelen 1000". However, this is lost when the machine reboots -- which configuration file should I use to set the persistent value of this parameter?

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I do things like this inside /etc/rc.local.

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For the moment so do I, but I was wondering if there was an appropriate place in /etc/sysconfig or so. – kdt Apr 8 '10 at 16:33

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