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How to check kern.maxproc in RHCEL4?

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How can I check the current kern.maxproc number in RHEL4 and also how to modify it?
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normlay linux can handle maximum process as bellow and it set to unlimited by default
   

* Maximum number of threads: 32000
    * Maximum number of threaded processes: 32000
    * Maximum number of processes: 32000


you can change it by using ulimit commanad

have a  look
#http://www.linuxhowtos.org/Tips%20and%20Tricks/ulimit.htm
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Thanks!
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