Originally Posted by Sandeep reddy
can any one please suggest a way of doing this?
- Start by going over your notes again or do research and list which five
mechanisms help provide reliability.
- Find out which of those mechanisms can be disabled from user land using sysctls (if any).
- Check which mechanisms (if any) can be disabled using compile time kernel configuration options.
- For the mechanisms that remain you will have to change kernel code. That is not a trivial task. Depending on test requirements and your understanding of the Linux Kernel you may find it (slightly) easier to start with modifying a 2.4 kernel.