> Recently, I upgrade my AIX server from version 4.1.5 to version
> 4.3.2 without problems, the only message I got is the following
> "usrck -n ALL"
> 3001-604 Error getting user "TRY123"'s attribute nofiles.
> You must add this attribute with the chuser command.
> Doesn't anyone know how to fix this problem ?
The error you get when you run usrck -n ALL is the result
of that attribute not being added to /etc/security/limits during
the migration (although that's pretty obvious).
You can solve this by adding 'nofiles = 2000' do
the default stanza in /etc/security/limits. 'nofiles' --
the number of file desciptors a user can have -- is a runtime
attribute in 4.3.x. It used to be defined in /usr/include/sys/limits.h
as OPEN_MAX (the #define may still be there) and compiled into
the kernel as a fixed limit.
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