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Increasing nproc limit for a non-root user . Only effective by restart

I am increasing nproc limit for one of a development user account in my rhel6 system . After searching some rubust solution , I zerod at editing /etc/security/limits.conf with these two lines : ...
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Thread id on different linux distros

We have a server application which runs fine on ubuntu and the old Mandrake linux, but it consistently fails on Redhat Enterprise Linux (to be precise RHEL 4 Update 8, kernel 2.6.9-89). On RHEL the ...
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How can I see a process' thread count? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is there a way to see details of all the threads that a process has in Linux? I want to see the thread count which belongs to a process in linux. What command should I ...
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Bafflingly baroque Debian ps: show threads in forest tree

My favourite ps invocation is: ps -efww ef as I need to watch all processes (-e), get extended information about them (-f), see the environment (e) they operate within, wrapping lines (-w -w) so I ...
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What is the advantage of using pthreads in Linux?

I read somewhere that Linux threads are really implemented as processes in the kernel since with today's hardware and on the Linux platform, the thread model is inefficient compared to the process ...
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What's a NM thread?

I am studying OCFS2 kernel source code and I found this comment of function dlm_lanuch_thread in file fs/ocfs2/dlm/dlmthread.c: /* Launch the NM thread for the mounted volume */ So what does the ...
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Native and non-native support of thread/process programming in Linux?

POSIX thread (pthread) and OpenMP are both libraries for thread programming. But is it right that they are not native to Linux, i.e. they have to be installed by user later? If yes, what are the ...