In the last episode (Dec 14), Van said:
> I hate to disrupt the engaging discussion on why not to unsubscribe from
> the list with a technical issue, but, I'm running SMP linux 2.2.13
> Slackware 7.0 with glibc and running into an interesting anomaly.
> While running the benchmarks I had it error out (from run-all-tests)
> during wisconsin-mysql-Linux_2.2.13_i686 with:
> Can't execute command 'create table onek (unique1 int(4) NOT NULL,unique2
> int(4) NOT NULL,two int(4),four int(4),ten int(4),twenty int(4),hundred
> int(4) NOT NULL,thousand int(4),twothousand int(4),fivethous
> int(4),tenthous int(4),odd int(4),even int(4),stringu1 char(16),stringu2
> char(16),string4 char(16),UNIQUE (unique1),UNIQUE (unique2),INDEX hundred1
> Error: Can't create/write to file './test/onek.MYD' (Errcode: 24)
$ perror 24
Too many open files
Check your per-process resource limits, and check that your kernel
allows for a lot of open files.