Subject: Re: MAXUSERS - not properly set?
To: NetBSD list <amiga%NetBSD.email@example.com>
From: Jukka Marin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/11/1994 20:02:34
Michael Hitch writes:
> What indication are you getting that indicates you are running out of
> process table entries?
I got a message "process table is full" when trying to create a new
process (ie. trying to run a command in the shell).
> The only place I saw that made any check was in
> kern/kern_fork.c and that was against "maxproc", which is set to NPROC
> in param.c. There is probably a limitation in amiga/pmap.c when it is
> allocating memory for the user page tables. I think there is an upper
> limit on the number of pages available for the user page tables.
Hmm. I _think_ the MAXUSERS is set properly, after all - I checked my
kernel using binpatch (symbol _maxproc). But _why_ did I get the message
of process table being full when the table had 788 entries and I had only
100...150 processes? :-I
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