There's also the Documentation and header (.h) files that comes with
the kernel source, especially the stuff about "files" under /proc .
Look for Linux info at http://www.deja.com/home_ps.shtml and
Gary's Encyclopedia at http://www.aa.net/~swear/pedia/index.html
I have a very busy web site using FastTrack 3.02 running on an SGI Origin
200. I saw this message from the log [06/Nov/1998:10:30:11] failure: Error
accepting connection -5993 (Too man open files). I have checked with the
SGI web page on OS tunning and FastTrack tunning but still can't fix my
problem. So what I do right now is to run apache instead.
In fact I found that the bandwidth consumption different between using
apache and FastTrack is double. Bandwidth consumption using Apache is 1.5M
while FastTrack is 768K. Moreover I found that the cpu utilization of
running FastTrack is much higher than Apache.
Please give me some hints because my client want to use FastTrack instead of
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