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Re: CVS Tagging Terminated with fatal signal 11

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: CVS Tagging Terminated with fatal signal 11
Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2002 10:45:39 -0400 (EDT)

Krishnamoorthy, Balaji writes [in one long line]:
> In the unix box i have 2 GB Ram and nearly 2 GB of swap space , I
> believe would be good enogh for tagging 250 Mb of files , Is there any
> other reason it could happen  and is there any solution for the same .

No.  Just because you have lots of virtual memory that's potentially
available, you shouldn't assume that it's actually available.  You need
to look to see how much is in use and you need to look for per-process
limits (depending on what shell you're running, there's usually a limit
or ulimit command to display and/or modify the per-process limits).

-Larry Jones

I don't want to be THIS good! -- Calvin

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