"Maxuproc parameter and number of processes"

Post #303033437 by bakunin on Friday 5th of April 2019 08:21:44 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by trifo75
The relevant parameters of the relevant user are:
Code:
        fsize=2097151
        cpu=-1
        data=262144
        stack=65536
        core=2097151
        rss=65536
        nofiles=2000

Well, yes, maybe I was on a wrong track and the limit was not the number of processes, but some other limit. In this case my question is, why did the raise of maxuproc suppress the problem?
To be honest, i am out of (simple) ideas that could easily be conveyed over the internet. I am pretty sure there is something deeply amiss with your system and you should contact the systems administrator immediately. It might well be that you - as non-administrator - could not even see the problem that is causing this and he is in a much better position than i am to determine what exactly that is (in fact he can actually see the system - that helps along the determination a lot).

As Don said, the number of processes running are what they seem to be and you did follow the correct procedure to get the number. I doubt that this is your problem but i am equally at a loss when it comes to offer alternative explanations. In any case, PLEASE TELL US the solution once you got it, because this is something i dearly want to add to my knowledge. I'll be indebted to you.

Sorry for being not more of a help, but if you have questions (regarding this or anything else) i can answer you are welcome.

bakunin

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