>The sysctl interface and sysctl setting tools on boot exist precisely so
>you dont have to hack these things around
Allright... This is fine by me... One of my questions was (and still is),
what do I pass to sysctl for setting /proc/sys/kernel/sem?...
Setting shmmax was easy, since it's only a single hex value, but sem is
puzzling me... Is a space separated list of values going to work?...
--- Richard Whittaker, System Manager, NorthwesTel Inc. Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada.
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