On Fri, 20 May 2016 18:54:44 -0400
wor...@alum.mit.edu (Dale R. Worley) wrote:

> > remote: fatal: unable to create thread: Resource temporarily
> > unavailable
> The max-connections setting may be unlimited, but that doesn't mean
> that the server daemon can create an enormous number of threads.  The
> last quoted line is the client reporting that the server reported
> that it could not create a new thread.  There are many reasons why
> that might happen.  One possibility is that the server system ran out
> of RAM and swap space.  Another possibility is that the user running
> the server process has a low quota of processes that it is allowed to
> create.

I concur:  pthread_create(3) lists EAGAIN as the error code returned to
signalize the thread creation failure due to shortage of resources
available *or* the system limit for the number of per-process or
per-user threads is hit, and

  $ errno EAGAIN
  EAGAIN 11 Resource temporarily unavailable

which is what Git reports.

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