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Question Fork Issues On Openedge 11.6

Discussion in 'Development' started by mdhark, Sep 24, 2017.

  1. mdhark

    mdhark New Member

    Hi Folks,

    Does anyone face fork issues on Linux/Unix Environment after upgrading applications to 11.6 ?

    Appreciate help on this .

    Thanks & Regards,
    Muralidhar
     
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  3. tamhas

    tamhas ProgressTalk.com Sponsor

    Well, you seem to managed to fork the post anyway ...

    You might try being a wee bit more descriptive about what your problem is so that we have at least the slightest clue.
     
  4. mdhark

    mdhark New Member

    Apologies for forking details in the previous thread

    Our application is CHUI Application hosted on Solaris server. We recently upgraded our application from 10.1C to 11.6.

    Screens are crashing with a below-mentioned error after application upgrade to 11.6

    SYSTEM ERROR: Too many sub-processes, cannot fork. Errno=12. (358)

    Thanks & Regards,
    Muralidhar
     
  5. Cecil

    Cecil 17+ years progress programming and still learning.

    What are you kernel parameters current;y set to?
     
  6. mdhark

    mdhark New Member

    Hi Cecil ,
    As Suggested by Progress increased swap space but issue not resolved
     
  7. TomBascom

    TomBascom Curmudgeon

    Solaris is infamous for this. You need a *lot* of swap on Solaris.

    I'd migrate to Linux. Solaris is a dead-end.
     
  8. cj_brandt

    cj_brandt Member

    enabling client logging or generating client protrace files should help look at the call stack to see if it is what you expect.
     
  9. mdhark

    mdhark New Member

    Thanks for thee Advice CJ and Tom

    Tom,
    Do you face Memory /fork issues while migrating on Linux ?
     
  10. TomBascom

    TomBascom Curmudgeon

    No.

    Linux uses optimistic swap reservation while Solaris is (very) pessimistic.
     
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  11. RealHeavyDude

    RealHeavyDude Well-Known Member

    I can only second what Tom said. Solaris is a PITA when it comes to swap space.
     
  12. mdhark

    mdhark New Member

    Thanks Guys
     

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