I wonder how to get processes currently running semaphores by /proc ? I guess it's possible by SysVIPC subdirectory.But I don't know how to use this commands. Ubuntu 12.10
I am using Fedora 17 and over the last few days I am having an issue with my system. Whenever I try to start httpd it shows me: Error: No space left on device When I execute systemctl status ...
In a Debian lenny server running postgresql, I noticed that a lack of semaphore arrays is preventing Apache from starting up. Looking at the limits, I see 128 arrays used out of 128 arrays maximum, ...
What are the basic differences between spin locks and semaphores in action?
Why are spin locks good choices in Linux Kernel Design instead of something more common in userland code, such as semaphore or mutex?
I understand that Spinlocks are real waste in Linux Kernel Design. I would like to know why is it like spin locks are good choices in Linux Kernel Design instead of something more common in userland ...
I want to run multiple Bash shell scripts in parallel. However, I want to avoid race conditions. What Unix commands are truly atomic that I could use for this purpose, and how can I use them?