Modify a built-in load index

An elim executable can be used to override the value of a built-in load index. For example, if your site stores temporary files in the /usr/tmp directory, you might want to monitor the amount of space available in that directory. An elim can report the space available in the /usr/tmp directory as the value for the tmp built-in load index. For detailed information about how to use an elim to override a built-in load index, see External Load Indices.