increase the  max user processes in Red hat Linux 4 update 5 ?

Posted on 2009-02-23
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I want to increase the max user processes  limit  in linux.  

How to do that? what the parameter ?

(Our Linux version is Red hat Linux 4 update 5 and kernel version is 2.6.9-78.0.13.ELsmp)
Also in that Box (Oracle E-Business site R12)

Question by:AymanDasa
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kyleb84 earned 1996 total points
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This will display the current limit:

# ulimit -a

This will alter it:

# ulimit -u [NUM]

Where [NUM] is the number you want to change it to...

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