5.0.7 equivlalent to NFILE - SCO

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  1. 5.0.7 equivlalent to NFILE

    Hi All,
    Wonder whether anyone can clarify this I am moving an old application
    from an old Unix 3.2.4.2 to open server 5.0.7, this app required
    setting NFILE to about 700 , I am right in thinking that this is no
    longer an issue in 5.0.7 as the file table will grow accordingly


    SCO_SV sco10 3.2v5.0.7 i80386 11/02/2007

    18:30:59 proc-sz ov inod-sz ov file-sz ov lock-sz (-v)
    18:31:00 45/ 59 0 186/1126 0 142/ 500 0 2/ 128

    e.g above file-sz = 142/500 will the 500 limit expand as the number
    of open files reaches close to
    500

    Many thanks
    Dennis


  2. Re: 5.0.7 equivlalent to NFILE

    On Nov 2, 1:35 pm, Dnix wrote:
    > Hi All,
    > Wonder whether anyone can clarify this I am moving an old application
    > from an old Unix 3.2.4.2 to open server 5.0.7, this app required
    > setting NFILE to about 700 , I am right in thinking that this is no
    > longer an issue in 5.0.7 as the file table will grow accordingly
    >
    > SCO_SV sco10 3.2v5.0.7 i80386 11/02/2007
    >
    > 18:30:59 proc-sz ov inod-sz ov file-sz ov lock-sz (-v)
    > 18:31:00 45/ 59 0 186/1126 0 142/ 500 0 2/ 128
    >
    > e.g above file-sz = 142/500 will the 500 limit expand as the number
    > of open files reaches close to
    > 500
    >
    > Many thanks
    > Dennis


    You are correct; process, inode, file and lock tables grow
    automatically.

    Per user limits do exist, as an example NOFILES specifies the maximum
    number of open files for each process. MAXUP specifies how many
    concurrent user processes an ordinary user is allowed to run. A
    reasonable outline can be found here:

    http://osr507doc.sco.com/en/PERFORM/....html#tuneuser


    Mike


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