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1. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
OS version : RHEL 6.5
Below is an excerpt from /etc/security/limits.conf file for OS User named appusr in our server
appusr soft nproc 2047
appusr hard nproc 16384
What will happen if appusr has already spawned 2047 processes and wants to spawn 2048th process ?
I just want to know... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: kraljic
I have changed the value for one user in /etc/security/limit via root user
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Discussion started by: saurabh84g
I would like to know, how can I set limits (noproc,fsize,core, data...) to users in solaris, i.e. I want solaris counterpart/equivalent of linux /etc/security/limits.conf
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Hi, I'm running HP-UX 10.20. Is there a 2GB file size limit? if so, can i change it? (3 Replies)
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I am trying to set a ulimit max in the /etc/security/limits.conf against a NIS netgroup (which contains a whole bunch of users) instead of a local user or group.
so I have a NIS netgroup called +@myusers , none of whose users are defined locally on the box. I want to ensure that... (2 Replies)
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6. UNIX Desktop Questions & Answers
I want to increase the file size, I am trying to store the output but it's not storing the whole output in to the file (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: navintsm
How can we set per user core file size, etc in solaris, i.e. I want solaris counterpart/equivalent of linux /etc/security/limits.conf.
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8. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
To restrict the number of files and number of processes used the user we use the following configuration in the file /etc/security/limits.conf.
oracle soft nofile 65572
oracle hard nofile 65572
oracle soft noproc 16384
oracle soft noproc 16384
My question is what do the 'soft' and... (1 Reply)
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9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I'm trying to login to an Oracle databse without entering the user/passwd. The server resides on an AIX 5.1 system, and using LDAP. I'm entering the following command
>sqlplus / @ORACLE_SID
This should work but for some odd reason I get a login denied.
But if I enter the user id... (1 Reply)
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10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
This means that I can open up to 1024 file per process? But wonder if there is any hardlimit imposed by Solaris 2.6 (eg 255) ?
By the way, is there any tool that can trace which files (or sockets) are opened by a process?
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Discussion started by: deaniyoer