Re: portupgrade causes kernel message: maxproc limit exceeded by uid 0

2010-12-07 Thread CyberLeo Kitsana
On 12/05/2010 10:45 AM, Lowell Gilbert wrote: Yuri y...@rawbw.com writes: Beginning at some time less than 1 month ago I started getting such message. Increasing maxproc doesn't help. Current values are like this: kern.maxproc: 6164 kern.maxprocperuid: 5547 What may be causing

Re: portupgrade causes kernel message: maxproc limit exceeded by uid 0

2010-12-05 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Yuri y...@rawbw.com writes: Beginning at some time less than 1 month ago I started getting such message. Increasing maxproc doesn't help. Current values are like this: kern.maxproc: 6164 kern.maxprocperuid: 5547 What may be causing such condition? limits(1), perhaps

portupgrade causes kernel message: maxproc limit exceeded by uid 0

2010-12-03 Thread Yuri
Beginning at some time less than 1 month ago I started getting such message. Increasing maxproc doesn't help. Current values are like this: kern.maxproc: 6164 kern.maxprocperuid: 5547 What may be causing such condition? Yuri --- sample log from portupgrade --- mv -f .deps/regex.Tpo .deps

maxproc limit exceeded - by vpopmai

2006-06-09 Thread Tom
Hello, Can someone help me? Any input would be welcome. I am Setting up a new mail server for hundreds of users. Running: FreeBSD 6.1-STABLE LASTEST version of qmail vpopmail I can't get ridge of this error: maxproc limit exceeded by uid 89, please see tuning(7) and login.conf(5). maxproc

maxproc limit exceeded with vpopmail

2005-05-20 Thread John S. Strock
We keep getting the following error on the console every 2 minutes: May 20 13:30:45 mail /kernel: maxproc limit exceeded by uid , please see tuning(7) and login.conf(5). Uid is vpopmail. Any ideas? Thanks in advance, John (Please respond to john (at) vqis (dot) net

RE: maxproc limit exceeded with vpopmail

2005-05-20 Thread mmiranda
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: We keep getting the following error on the console every 2 minutes: May 20 13:30:45 mail /kernel: maxproc limit exceeded by uid , please see tuning(7) and login.conf(5). Uid is vpopmail. Any ideas? Increase maxproc limit

Re: maxproc limit reached with trivial exec() in cgi script

2004-06-22 Thread Peter Risdon
Hi Alexander, Alexander wrote: Hello Peter, Try tunning maxusers in your kernel configuration file maxproc = 20 + 16 * maxusers Thanks for this. Since posting my first message, I have been investigating the problem further. The server on which this behaviour appears also has mod_php

maxproc limit reached with trivial exec() in cgi script

2004-06-21 Thread Peter Risdon
apache+mod_ssl-1.3.29+2.8.16 (suexec), PHP 4.3.4 (cgi), FreeBSD 4.10-STABLE exec(ls -l) in a php cgi script works the first time it is run after a reboot Every subsequent invocation gives /kernel: maxproc limit exceeded by uid 1208, please see tuning(7) and login.conf(5) in /var/log/messages

maxproc is automatically adjusted?

2004-03-23 Thread Mipam
Hi, I noticed that kern.maxproc was different than i expected. Same goes for maxusers. It seems FreeBSD sizes these values according to your system? I couldnt find any info upon this, whether this is happening and how and on bases upon what it sizes these sysctl's. Can anybody give me more info

Re: maxproc is automatically adjusted?

2004-03-23 Thread Supote Leelasupphakorn
--- Mipam [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I noticed that kern.maxproc was different than i expected. Same goes for maxusers. It seems FreeBSD sizes these values according to your system? I couldnt find any info upon this, whether this is happening and how and on bases upon what it sizes

Re: maxproc is automatically adjusted?

2004-03-23 Thread Mipam
Thanks for your answer. I only dont know where to find the LINT file in the src tree. in /usr/src i tried find . -name LINT but no result. (sorry for this luser question). Bye, Mipam. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: maxproc is automatically adjusted?

2004-03-23 Thread Richard P. Williamson
At 13:13 23/03/2004, Mipam wrote: Thanks for your answer. I only dont know where to find the LINT file in the src tree. in /usr/src i tried find . -name LINT but no result. (sorry for this luser question). Bye, PMFBI obligatory winge: Where's the context of that follow-on question? For 4.8

Re: maxproc is automatically adjusted?

2004-03-23 Thread Mipam
On Tue, 23 Mar 2004, Richard P. Williamson wrote: At 13:13 23/03/2004, Mipam wrote: Thanks for your answer. I only dont know where to find the LINT file in the src tree. in /usr/src i tried find . -name LINT but no result. (sorry for this luser question). Bye, PMFBI obligatory winge:

Re: maxproc is automatically adjusted?

2004-03-23 Thread Richard P. Williamson
At 13:33 23/03/2004, Mipam wrote: On Tue, 23 Mar 2004, Richard P. Williamson wrote: At 13:13 23/03/2004, Mipam wrote: Thanks for your answer. I only dont know where to find the LINT file in the src tree. in /usr/src i tried find . -name LINT but no result. (sorry for this luser question).

Re: maxproc is automatically adjusted?

2004-03-23 Thread Jerry McAllister
Thanks for your answer. I only dont know where to find the LINT file in the src tree. in /usr/src i tried find . -name LINT but no result. (sorry for this luser question). I don't know if 5.xxx changes this, but /usr/src/sys/i386/conf/ does it for 4.xxx and older. jerry Bye,

Re: maxproc is automatically adjusted?

2004-03-23 Thread Mipam
Okay, i found LINT, that is, in /usr/src/sys/i386/conf i did make LINT and the file was created. But i still didnt find the answers i was looking for, like kern.maxusers seems to be sized automatically based on you hardware? And so maxproc etc? I still didnt find further docs about this and how

Re: maxproc is automatically adjusted?

2004-03-23 Thread Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
Mipam wrote: Okay, i found LINT, that is, in /usr/src/sys/i386/conf i did make LINT and the file was created. But i still didnt find the answers i was looking for, like kern.maxusers seems to be sized automatically based on you hardware? And so maxproc etc? I still didnt find further docs about

Re: maxproc is automatically adjusted?

2004-03-23 Thread Mipam
here? maxproc = physpages / 12; maxprocperuid = (maxproc * 9) / 10; Would physpages be the amount of available RAM? In my case with 512 MB of RAM I'll get kern.maxproc: 4036 So in my case physpages is 49032? Bye, Mipam. On Tue, 23 Mar 2004, Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P. wrote: Mipam wrote

Re: maxproc is automatically adjusted?

2004-03-23 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Tue, Mar 23, 2004 at 09:55:01AM -0500, Jerry McAllister wrote: Thanks for your answer. I only dont know where to find the LINT file in the src tree. in /usr/src i tried find . -name LINT but no result. (sorry for this luser question). I don't know if 5.xxx changes this, but

maxproc

2003-12-24 Thread master
Hi all, i often get message like this in my box : kernel: maxproc limit exceeded by uid 5126, please see tuning(7) and login.conf(5) but i doesn t understand well because the aim of login.conf is to limit process so why this message and what to do ? thanks merry christmas too

Re: maxproc

2003-12-24 Thread Lowell Gilbert
master [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi all, i often get message like this in my box : kernel: maxproc limit exceeded by uid 5126, please see tuning(7) and login.conf(5) but i doesn t understand well because the aim of login.conf is to limit process so why this message and what to do ? Figure

Re: user managing adding , diskquota, maxproc

2003-01-23 Thread Toni Schmidbauer
On Tue, Jan 21, 2003 at 07:23:15PM -0600, Mantas Kriauciunas wrote: Can anyone point me to some great websites where I can find documentation on managing users? I want to set diskquota on them, then processes and other stuff. Make few groups that have different quotas and maximum processes

user managing adding , diskquota, maxproc

2003-01-21 Thread Mantas Kriauciunas
Hey! Can anyone point me to some great websites where I can find documentation on managing users? I want to set diskquota on them, then processes and other stuff. Make few groups that have different quotas and maximum processes running. well I guess you understood me. So if anyone knows