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Old 06-03-2004, 11:04 AM   #1
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Exclamation ERROR => OUT_OF_MEMORY Internal memory allocation error

Dear Experts,

I'm new with linux and am running Red-Hat 7.2 on my machine. I've come across a process that have failed due to the following error:

May 19 14:13:12.96| 1024|||| ** ERROR => OUT_OF_MEMORY Internal memory allocation error

I know in Windows, there is a environmental setting that controls how much memory any given process can get a hold of. Is there a similar setting in Linux? If so, how can I modify this setting to allow my processes to access the memory it requires?


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