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redhatulimit [2014/09/04 12:02]
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redhatulimit [2014/09/04 12:04] (current)
sjoerd [Working with Limits]
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 As you can see, these also show the soft limit by default. ​ As you can see, these also show the soft limit by default. ​
  
 += Setting Limits =
 There are two ways to set the limits on Red Hat. You can set them in the limits.conf file ({{{/​etc/​security/​limits.conf}}}) or create separate files per user in the limits.d directory: There are two ways to set the limits on Red Hat. You can set them in the limits.conf file ({{{/​etc/​security/​limits.conf}}}) or create separate files per user in the limits.d directory:
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-{{tag>​linux performance redhat}}+= Resources = 
 +See here for more information regarding limits for oracle user: https://​access.redhat.com/​documentation/​en-US/​Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/​5/​html/​Tuning_and_Optimizing_Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux_for_Oracle_9i_and_10g_Databases/​chap-Oracle_9i_and_10g_Tuning_Guide-Setting_Shell_Limits_for_the_Oracle_User.html  
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 +See [[redhat65management]] to set these limits for an oracle user during installation through kickstart.  
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 +{{tag>​linux performance redhat ​oracle}}
  
  
redhatulimit.txt · Last modified: 2014/09/04 12:04 by sjoerd