Does SCO unix 3.2.4 have a limit on the number of characters that
can be buffered in the message queues.
I have the kernel paramters set as follows:
MSGMAP: number of entries in message map.
The current value is: 1600 (normally: 100)
MSGMAX: maximum message size.
The current value is: 2048
MSGMNB: maximum number of characters in a message queue.
The current value is: 130000 (normally: 4096)
MSGMNI: number of message queue identifiers.
The current value is: 50
MSGTQL: number of message headers (systemwide).
The current value is: 8000 (normally: 40)
MSGSSZ: number of bytes in a message segment.
The current value is: 8
MSGSEG: number of message segments in the system.
The current value is: 20000 (normally: 1024)
This should allow me to have 130000 or so bytes on any one queue or in
total, but I am maxing out at 65000 bytes.
Thanks for any info.