[CALUG] PTHREAD_THREAD_MAX on Red Hat.
jjsansing at comcast.net
Thu Dec 29 15:55:45 CST 2005
The sysctl command can be useful if you don't know where everything
in /proc lives. Run '/sbin/sysctl -a | grep ???' to hunt for things like
max values, virtual memory manager (vm) info, network (net.ipv4,
net.ipv6) settings, etc.
As root you can change the settings. And you can make them
permanent by editing /etc/sysctl.conf.
See the man pages for sysctl and sysctl.conf.
Later . . . Jim
Bob Overberg wrote:
>On Thu, 2005-12-29 at 13:07 -0500, Grindell, Joan M. wrote:
>>If anyone is familiar with the Red Hat kernel, would you know the answer
>>to this question:
>>We are running Red Hat AS version 4 update1. Our users have asked me
>>what the PTHREAD_THREAD_MAX value is. The kernel was installed from the
>>Red Hat installation discs. Is there a command or a location on the
>>server that will yield this information?
>>And a happy new year.
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