Special case tuning needs
There are circumstances where you will need to tune certain parameters.
A common need is the ability to create very large files.
A user with appropriate privilege can change the ulimit
for the shell process being run by using the
ulimit shell command of
or by modifying the ULIMIT
line in the /etc/default/login file.
Alternately, you can modify the system SFSZLIM for all users.
The SFNOLIM parameter and other commonly encountered limits
are summarized in the following table.
Some improvement possible depending on which resources your workload uses.
``Managing system performance''.
Users need to create bigger files.
Each user needs to open more files.
Each user needs to run more processes.
Kernel messages about exceeding system limits
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 05 June 2007