In the last episode (Jul 25), Dave [Hawk-Systems] said:
> received the following from a logcheck;
> 
> Unusual System Events
> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
> Jul 24 23:11:50 web1 /kernel: le: table is full
> Jul 24 23:11:50 web1 /kernel: file: table is full
> Jul 24 23:14:00 web1 /kernel: le: table is full
> Jul 24 23:14:00 web1 /kernel: file: table is full
> Jul 24 23:14:00 web1 /kernel: pid 94326 (cron), uid 0: exited on signal 11 (core
> dumped)
> Jul 24 23:14:07 web1 /kernel: file: table is full
> Jul 24 23:14:07 web1 /kernel: pid 93772 (httpd), uid 65534: exited on signal 11
> Jul 24 23:14:07 web1 /kernel: file: table is full
> 
> in a bit of a panic I logged into the server and checked the file table
> 
> > df -ki

You check the file table with pstat -T:

$ pstat -T 
1357/6000 files
122M/640M swap space
$

You can raise the limit without rebooting by changing the kern.maxfiles
sysctl.

-- 
        Dan Nelson
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