I need help with projects in Solaris 10, sparc system; and I am fairly new at this.
I know I can add new parameters for projects in /etc/projects or
I know that there are current process using that old attribute.
Logging the user out and logging back in is another method of applying the new change, is there another method of looking up all current PIDs by the user and changing it on the fly?
i.e I just changed the
Thanks for the help, let me know if I missed anything!
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