Here are the parameters when the "limit" command is typed:
datasize 524288 kbytes
stacksize 65536 kbytes
memoryuse 122308 kbytes
vmemoryuse 524288 kbytes
memoryuse becomes 524288 when the unlimited command is typed.
What really intrigues us is that the InsightII 400 version is fully operational.
Are the requirements for the 970 version that different??
Andras Szilagyi wrote:
> On Tue, 04 May 1999 14:14:36 GMT, A. Khiat <khiat at sympatico.ca> wrote:
>> >Hi Mr Kjaer,
> >We entered the "limit memoryuse unlimited" command in the unix shell before
> >starting InsightII and we still have the killed message. Nothing seems to be
> >writen in the SYSLOG file. How can we modify the virtual memory parameters?
> >What other parameters should we make unlimited?
> >Thank you.
>> It was me who suggested this, not Mr Kjaer. As I wrote earlier, try to
> set all the parameters to "unlimited" that is reported by the "limit"
> command alone. This includes cputime, filesize, datasize, stacksize,
> coredumpsize, memoryuse, vmemoryuse and descriptors.
>> As far as the virtual memory parameters are concerned, this is a bit
> tricky. You should read the appropriate man pages and documentation. As
> far as I can remember, the MSI documentation describes this as well.