On Mon, 4 Feb 2002, Randy Arabie wrote:
> Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2002 12:01:11 -0700 (MST)
> From: Randy Arabie <rrarabie@stripped>
> To: "William R. Mussatto" <mussatto@stripped>
> Cc: Dan Nelson <dnelson@stripped>,
> Manuel Bouyer <bouyer@stripped>, netbsd-help@stripped,
> Subject: Re: sysctl & process limitations
> On Mon, 4 Feb 2002, William R. Mussatto wrote:
> > Have you checked on the ulimit for the user that is mysql?
> I've checked a lot of things.
> Which would apply:
> Obviously, the process rlimits cannot exceed the limits set in the kernel.
> But, between the other two, which one takes precedence...the shell from
> which the command was invoked or the actual mysqld process?
Someone in the netbsd.org will have to answer since we are a linux shop
and I'm not sure its the same. The only reason I mentioned this is we
ran into a problem w/apache durring the code red worm attacks (its not
vulnerable, but you do get a bunch of children started.
William Mussatto, Senior Systems Engineer
ph. 909-920-9154 ext. 27