> edcfg [-v] [file name]
Option -v displays the profiles contained in a configuration file. If no switch is given on the command-line, edcfg defaults to viewing mode.
The following is the output of edcfg in viewing mode showing the contents of a configuration file containing only a configuration profile for the buffer pool:
Configuration data from file 'bpool.cfg'. No profile for 'HDLC Hardware' found Profile for 'System Buffer Pool' found 4 : Number of subpools <1-4> 0 : Start of static pool memory 0 : Size of static pool memory in bytes 5 : Critical level for largest buffer subpool 10 : Safe level for largest buffer subpool False : Ignore 64K page boundaries for DMA? 8 : Number of extra prefix bytes per buffer 32 : Number of reference buffers 128 : Subpool 0: number of buffers 8 : Subpool 0: size of buffers <in bytes - min 8> 64 : Subpool 1: number of buffers 64 : Subpool 1: size of buffers <in bytes - min 8> 64 : Subpool 2: number of buffers 128 : Subpool 2: size of buffers <in bytes - min 8> 32 : Subpool 3: number of buffers 1024 : Subpool 3: size of buffers <in bytes - min 8> No profile for 'X.21 bis' found No profile for 'HDLC LAPB' found No profile for 'X.25 Major Device' found No profile for 'Software Loopback' found No profile for 'Software Looparound' found