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From:Randy Arabie Date:February 4 2002 11:52pm
Subject:Re: sysctl & process limitations
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On Mon, 4 Feb 2002, Manuel Bouyer wrote:

> What a minute ... you're loading the tables to a 'mysqld' process, using
> the 'mysql' command, rigth ?
> Maybe it's just the mysql command which runs out of files descriptors ?
> Did you try to raise the limit of the shell before starting it ?

Right.  Like this:

mysql -u someuser -p -D somedatabase < ./data.sql

No.  I didn't raise the shell limits, I rose the kernel maxfiles and 
the mysqld process proc.pid.rlimit.descriptors.soft limit.

I'll try the shell tonight.
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Cheers!

Randy

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