On 8/10/06, Tom Lane <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
"William ZHANG" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> Maybe this article can help:
> Windows and the ClearCase process limit: Understanding the desktop heap
> http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/rational/library/05/1220_marechal/

So the short answer is "get a real operating system"?

changing a registry setting is not terrible in and of itself, akin to
manually manipluating procfs, but the behavior is in a failure
condition is. other than that, no comment. personally all my servers
are running mixture of gentoo and centos and i'm moving my desktop to
mac os x.

I'm not sure I believe that article though, since it claims that the
default maximum number of noninteractive processes is only 79.
I thought from what was said upthread that we could get up to a couple
hundred before seeing a problem.

that would depend on various factors, especially exactly how many
resources the ibm server software ate up for each connection. pg seems
to be leaner and meaner fwiw.  anyways, i confirmed the fix.


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