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From:<unknown Date:April 19 1999 9:02am
Subject:Re: Threads/Linux/glibc (2.0.7-29)
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As a matter of fact, yes.  512 processes is the max under linux,
MAX_TASKS_PER_USER = NR_TASKS/2, so 256 is the top end.  Edit
/usr/src/linux/include/linux/tasks.h and change NR_TASKS to something like
2048.

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tani hosokawa
river styx internet


On Mon, 19 Apr 1999, Wojciech Zwiefka wrote:

> I have RedHat 5.2 with glibc-2.0.7-29 and kernel 2.2.3 (SMP) and MySQL
> 3.21.19a
> 
> I have raised max_connections to 400 but when mysql gets to about 250
> runing threads I get an error 
> 
> error: 'Can't create a new thread (errno 12). If you are not out of
> available memory, you can consult the manual for a possible OS-dependent
> bug'
> 
> I recompiled MySQL on RH 5.2 with glibc-2.0.7-29. In the past I had
> similiar errors but they went away when I upgraded glibc. (to 2.0.7-19
> rpm). This error shows only on this box. There are other linux machines
> with mysql but they are not so much loaded.
> 
> Is there any linux/glibc/thread limit that I can't get over 255
> running threads ? (I'm running oracle database on the same box so may be
> it is an issue)
> 
> Wojtek
> 
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