On Wed, Feb 17, 1999 at 08:46:49AM -0500, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Matthew Dillon [mailto:email@example.com]
> > :What's the chance that our kernel adaptations for PIIs
> > :is partly at fault?
> > :
> > :-Troy Cobb
> > : Circle Net, Inc.
> > : http://www.circle.net
> > With what config? Have you tried reducing maxusers to 128?
> > -Matt
> I've had it at MAXUSERS=256 on both the P5 and the P6. The P5 stays
> stable, the P6 doesn't. If I reduce MAXUSERS to 128 then these
> heavily loaded boxen will fall over due to out of MBUFs errors, or
> so I believe.
I my case it was a P-II 400
> I'd love to find some real kernel-tuning documentation out there,
> one of my panics is a "pipeinit: cannot allocate pipe -- out of kvm"
> and I can't pull a crashdump due to a DSCHECK error because my
> SWAP is > 2GB.
The pipeinit is one of the panics I got very often - but they were not reduced to
> -Troy Cobb
> Circle Net, Inc.
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