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Where can I edit these processes?

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Paul Stanard
Regular Advisor

Where can I edit these processes?

max_proc_per_user = 256
max_threads_per_user = 1024
per_proc_stack_size = 8388608
max_per_proc_stack_size = 33554432
per_proc_data_size = 134217728
max_per_proc_data_size = 12000000000
max_per_proc_address_space = 4294967296
per_proc_address_space = 4294967296

I cant seem to locate the file. I searched previous threads already
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Sanjay Kumar Suri
Honored Contributor
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Re: Where can I edit these processes?

/etc/sysconfigtab
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Ralf Puchner
Honored Contributor

Re: Where can I edit these processes?

you can also use the tool dxkerneltuner to configure it.
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Michael Schulte zur Sur
Honored Contributor

Re: Where can I edit these processes?

Hi,

these values are separated into categories in /etc/sysconfigtab. It seems, that these values all belong to proc:

Michael
Paul Stanard
Regular Advisor

Re: Where can I edit these processes?

Could I just do the following as I beleive Mike instructed me in a previous thread?

create a file sysconfigtab.add in /tmp with
proc:
per_proc_stack_size = 33554432
per_proc_data_size = 1073741824

add to sysconfigtab with:
sysconfigdb -m -f sysconfigtab.add
Michael Schulte zur Sur
Honored Contributor

Re: Where can I edit these processes?

Hi Paul,

that's correct. Keep in mind, that is not the text . You press the tab key, understood?

Michael
Paul Stanard
Regular Advisor

Re: Where can I edit these processes?

Got you !!!
Paul Stanard
Regular Advisor

Re: Where can I edit these processes?

I did what you recommended and I see the edit processes in /etc/sysconfigtab but when I run sysconfig -q | more the values show the default values and not the ones that I edited.
Michael Schulte zur Sur
Honored Contributor

Re: Where can I edit these processes?

Hi Paul,

these values are dynamic and applied during boot. So you have to reboot the machine to change these values.

Michael
Paul Stanard
Regular Advisor

Re: Where can I edit these processes?

Oh...I was getting worried