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how many semaphores are there on my system?

Posted on 1997-09-12
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i do not have root access and i would like to know the maximum number of semaphores that can exist on my hp-ux 10.10 system.

how do i query the number of semaphores that my system is configured for?
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Question by:luke_airig
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by:ozo
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Is there a SEMMSL defined in sys/sem.h ?
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by:frederico
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Ask you system administrator to see that for you.
Normally all you have to see is the configuration files
of the system.
These files may vary according to the version of Unix.
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gabsi earned 50 total points
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You find them in
/etc/conf/master.d/core-hpux
/etc/conf/h
/etc/conf/space.h.d
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by:gabsi
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You find the last activated values in

/stand/build/conf.c

Some values need to be computed form others
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