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Feb 5 23:41:39 rpb vmunix: proc: table is full

Maximiliano Jose
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Feb 5 23:41:39 rpb vmunix: proc: table is full

Hello, it would want to know like seeing the percentage of use of the variables of kernel in a HP-ux v1 since in the V3 the commando is used kcusage, but nonencounter one similar in version 1
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sujit kumar singh
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Re: Feb 5 23:41:39 rpb vmunix: proc: table is full

hi
Cant say that immediately but you need to increase the kernel parameter nproc soon.

regards
sujit
sujit kumar singh
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Re: Feb 5 23:41:39 rpb vmunix: proc: table is full

Steven E. Protter
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Re: Feb 5 23:41:39 rpb vmunix: proc: table is full

Shalom,

I agree nproc or maxuprc paramters might be the issue.

Alternate method of gathering perf data.

http://www.hpux.ws/?p=6

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Maximiliano Jose
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Re: Feb 5 23:41:39 rpb vmunix: proc: table is full

breadfruit them step the exit of glance,
I do not believe that to modify the parameter nproc is the solution

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
CPU Util SU | 3% 5% 17%
Disk Util FFV | 6% 10% 40%
Mem Util S SU UB B | 92% 92% 92%
Swap Util U UR R | 58% 58% 58%
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SYSTEM TABLES REPORT Users= 1

System Table Available Used Utilization High(%)
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Proc Table (nproc) 4096 244 6 6
File Table (nfile) 63498 2559 4 4
Shared Mem Table (shmmni) 512 16 3 3
Message Table (msgmni) 4096 17 0 0
Semaphore Table (semmni) 4096 49 1 1
File Locks (nflocks) 4096 125 3 3
Pseudo Terminals (npty) 60 0 0 0
Buffer Headers (nbuf) na 93636 na na

Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Feb 5 23:41:39 rpb vmunix: proc: table is full

>I do not believe that to modify the parameter nproc is the solution

It sure looks like you do from the message.
Perhaps when you used glance, the usage had already stopped? Or the fork bomb was finished?