See especially: -u-p-xand with UNIX95=-C -H -o 0 Kudos Reply The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of Hewlett Packard Enterprise. This is done with the chps command (example:# chps -a n paging00). Otherwise, you'll have to reboot the system (pretend its a M$ system--it'll make you feel better).If this happens often, you might have to play with the maxuproc and nproc parameters, as A respawn for this problem script may be causing all this mess. weblink
Go to Solution. 0 Kudos Reply All Forum Topics Previous Topic Next Topic 15 REPLIES Pete Randall Outstanding Contributor [Founder] Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Go to Solution. 0 Kudos Reply All Forum Topics Previous Topic Next Topic 25 REPLIES Dennis Handly Acclaimed Contributor [Founder] Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Now if this user (c1rfern2) really needs to run more than 60 processes (different login sessions don't matter) then bump maxuprc to 100 or more. 1 Kudo Reply The opinions expressed Feedback Was this article helpful?
Click Here to join Tek-Tips and talk with other members! Never use kill -9 as you can damage databases and application files. You seem to say that you set them to 800 and 100, but I think you set them incorrectly (far to low).So boot with the old kernel and check with SAM You did that if you killed all of scott's PIDs.>Mel: killing the parent process is killing all the children processes before your kill gets to them.Right, that also reaps the zombies.>please
Register now while it's still free! At the OS level (at least in Solaris 7/8), the kernel parameters are set in file /etc/system'Typical' (well, for us anyway!) entries for Oracle in /etc/system are:set shmsys:shminfo_shmmax = 4294967295set shmsys:shminfo_shmmin Skip to ContentSkip to FooterSolutions Transform to a Hybrid Infrastructure Protect Your Digital Enterprise Empower the Data-Driven Organization Enable Workplace Productivity Cloud Security Big Data Mobility Infrastructure Internet of Things Small You likely have a fork bomb with every process trying to create more, no matter which you kill.Or it could be a problem with .profile/.kshrc since I don't see any scripts
Close Box Join Tek-Tips Today! Sims Frequent Advisor Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 03-23-2004 08:27 AM 03-23-2004 08:27 AM Re: /etc/profile: cannot Close Box Join Tek-Tips Today! Not enough memory.
Not enough memory available. ksh: Cannot fork no swap space. Thanks Vin Remove advertisements Sponsored Links win_vin View Public Profile Find all posts by win_vin #2 12-17-2008 rpj_ibm_aix Registered User Join Date: Dec 2008 Last Activity: 8 July i can not increase maxuprc.
Use ps as your only tool: remsh someserver "ps -ef -u user1 | wc -l" Also check how close the current process count is to your nproc value: remsh someserver "sar have a peek at these guys TIP "If your profile contains a line ./.profile it can end up creating infinite number of recursive processes :-)" Thanks Ranjith Remove advertisements Sponsored Links rpj_ibm_aix View Public Profile Find all Close this window and log in. After logging into the system it soon became apparent that no processes could be started. Cannot Fork No Swap Space In Aix
It probably says:proc: table is fullThe "proc" part refers to the process table, i.e. maxuprc is dynamically tunable, while nproc is not.PCS 1 Kudo Reply Manuales Super Advisor Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Too many processes already exist. http://nyfreewifi.com/cannot-fork/cannot-fork-too-many-processes.html fork () system call failed.
btw, 64MB is a very less amount of memory, try adding more memory too.hth learn unix .. 0 Kudos Reply T G Manikandan Honored Contributor [Founder] Options Mark as New Bookmark Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework. Please tell us how we can make this article more useful.
If you are logged in as a different user, substitute that id for root in the above statement. 1 Kudo Reply Patrick Wallek Honored Contributor [Founder] Options Mark as New Bookmark Protter Exalted Contributor [Founder] Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 03-23-2004 08:24 AM 03-23-2004 08:24 AM Re: /etc/profile: Resources Join | Indeed Jobs | Advertise Copyright © 1998-2016 ENGINEERING.com, Inc. If it ain't broke, I can fix that. 1 Kudo Reply Chris Vail Honored Contributor [Founder] Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a
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The Maschine was restart in the Single User Mode, the nproc (800) and the MAXUSER (100) Settings have been changed.Error Message are now :Table is FullWe take the old Kernel, and All Rights Reserved. after we kill all of scott, the next login may start it again.>.profile and .kshrc is being shared with other user and that user is not having any issue.How is it How can i check the current no.
Solved! The script/executable causing this behavior, needs to be fixed in the source code. ________________________________UNIX because I majored in cryptology... 1 Kudo Reply someoneElse_1 Occasional Advisor Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Solved! This can be done by tuning MAXDSIZ and MAXSSIZ via the HP-UX's SAM tool.Explanation of parameters:- MAXDSIZ The dynamic storage segment (DSS) space used for dynamic storage (malloc() allocation space), stack
The max number of processes can be started by a user is set by maxuproc parameter of sys0 device(kernel). You don't want to increase maxuprc because user scott's activities (or scripts) are broken. Look in /var/adm/syslog/syslog.log file to figure out whether it's nproc or maxuprc.~hope it helps 0 Kudos Reply Bill Hassell Honored Contributor [Founder] Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Cannot fork: Not enough space. -- Enlarge paging space if the %Used column of the lsps -s output is greater than 80.
Close this window and log in. Click Here to join Tek-Tips and talk with other members! If you are not logged in as root, then substitute that id for root in the 'grep' statement.I thought I said that before....... 0 Kudos Reply Sandman! Close Reply To This Thread Posting in the Tek-Tips forums is a member-only feature.
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