On Wednesday 08 May 2002 12:08, Hunt, Bryan wrote:
> , each thread sleeps 60 seconds and then finishes. I cannot get past a
> thread count of
> 1024 . I will be needing a lot more threads than that for my application to
> work properly.
I'd be tempted to say that a program that needs that many threads is badly
designed, but I'm sure you've got a really good reason...
> I then tried out my thread testing program again.
> Same thing... it gets to 1018 threads and then produces an out of memory
Maybe it was out of memory?
> I can run 4 instances of it at the same time in four different consoles and
> I get
> console 1 664
> console 2 1018
> console 3 1017
> console 4 917
>> This is wierd ... anyone got any ideas ?
Have you checked ulimit's process limit? On linux each thread results in a
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