On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 09:48:14PM +0100, PSTM wrote:
> El 19/03/2012 16:38, Adrian Reyer escribió:
> >Wietse Venemas hint on default_process_limit = 10
> I have now , default_process_limit = 2, and problem persist.
Well, /etc/postfix/master.cf might state other limits.
> I killed all programs except sshd and system (vps, centos 6) still
> have no locks for programs.
How many connections are shown by 'netstat -anp' or similar?
> Really I do not know how to trace de problem. I have postfix running
> in other servers (fedora 16 no vps) without any problem.
> And as Wietse Venemas said, postfix ask for a lock but kernel do
> not provide it.
Can you reproduce/force the issue? If so, you can always try and do an
'strace' and see what actually fails.
> Using lslk, or /proc/locks, I have only two locks. How it is possible?
I'd assume the error message is wrong/incomplete.
> Seems a bug (or bad business limit), but can not trace it, I do not known vserver model.
To my knowledge, VServer doesn't limit you more than ulimit would limit
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