Is there a command to drop the ZFS and UFS disk caches? (Preferably just one folder hierarchy.)
I'm trying to tuning the performance settings of an application that read/writes data from a large number of files. Mostly read.
In actual use, the app will only run once in a while so the files in question will not likely be cached.
However, since I am testing multiple times in a row, Solaris is trying to be helpful by keeping this files in memory.
Between benchmark runs, can I instruct Solaris to drop anything under
/path/to/data from it's caches?