dragos.delcea at farmexim.ro
Thu Oct 11 04:51:49 GMT 2001
you have a virtual memory shortage, or a 2.4.10 kernel...
what size is your swap+RAM?
what does 'uname -a' tells you?
On Thursday 11 October 2001 12:58 pm, ferenckollarics at officedepot.hu wrote:
> Unfortunatelly I'm new in linux, and therefore it can be a very basic
> question. I use my Samba started from shell (not from inetd daemon) and
> everyday after the Cron was running (but also without Cron started) I get
> the message "Out of memory: Killed process XXX (smbd)" in the
> var/log/messages file, and of course my Samba is down.
> How should I start my Samba (with shell command: smbd -D and nmbd -D) not
> to get this message and not to make my samba down?
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