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Hey all I have a problem with a OS5.05m server running one of my appplications. I have all the latest patches and I am running on a NEC Express 5800 120le server. I am collecting data from 8 sites total across a WAN and the server is locking up at times from what I can tell and streams memory problems. I get the following error: NOTICE: NSTRPAGES exceeded WARNING: allocb failed - NSTRPAGES exceeded So I ran a netstat -m and I show failures in: class 7, 4096 bytes 12 failures class 8, 8192 bytes 11 failures class 10, 32768 ...

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    Default netstat -m and Network issue's

    Hey all
    I have a problem with a OS5.05m server running one of my
    appplications. I have all the latest patches and I am running on a NEC
    Express 5800 120le server. I am collecting data from 8 sites total
    across a WAN and the server is locking up at times from what I can
    tell and streams memory problems. I get the following error:
    NOTICE: NSTRPAGES exceeded
    WARNING: allocb failed - NSTRPAGES exceeded

    So I ran a netstat -m and I show failures in:
    class 7, 4096 bytes 12 failures
    class 8, 8192 bytes 11 failures
    class 10, 32768 bytes 1 failure
    My total configured streams memory is: 2000.00KB
    but maximum streams memory used is: 2210.59KB at the time of failure.

    Now obviously this is a problem. My question is this. In 3.2.4.2
    streams memory was a lot less friendly and therefore you had to adjust
    it. But in OS5.05 streams memory is suppose to be alot more auto
    sensing. So for those failures how do I allocate more memory. Do I
    just up the NSTRPAGES value and let it tune for the rest?
    What value will effect the Class7,8 and 9 values?

    Anyone that can help would be greatly appreciated.

    This is getting really frustrating!!
    slick629 Guest

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    Jean-Pierre Radley <jprjpr.com> wrote:
    >slick629 typed (on Mon, Jul 28, 2003 at 01:32:39PM -0700):
    >| Hey all
    >| I have a problem with a OS5.05m server running one of my
    >| appplications. I have all the latest patches and I am running on a NEC
    >| Express 5800 120le server. I am collecting data from 8 sites total
    >| across a WAN and the server is locking up at times from what I can
    >| tell and streams memory problems. I get the following error:
    >| NOTICE: NSTRPAGES exceeded
    >Have you read 'http://stage.caldera.com/cgi-bin/ssl_reference?10756'?
    When I tried to access that directly, I got something that
    told me I didn't have permission to access it. So I logged in
    with my partner ID and tried again, but a search by TA # 10756
    came up empty.

    Left out a digit perhaps? It's a shame that you can no longer
    cut a link dirtectly from the search center..

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    tony@aplawrence.com Guest

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    Tony Lawrence typed (on Tue, Jul 29, 2003 at 01:41:57AM +0000):
    | Jean-Pierre Radley <jprjpr.com> wrote:
    | >slick629 typed (on Mon, Jul 28, 2003 at 01:32:39PM -0700):
    | >| Hey all
    | >| I have a problem with a OS5.05m server running one of my
    | >| appplications. I have all the latest patches and I am running on a NEC
    | >| Express 5800 120le server. I am collecting data from 8 sites total
    | >| across a WAN and the server is locking up at times from what I can
    | >| tell and streams memory problems. I get the following error:
    | >| NOTICE: NSTRPAGES exceeded
    |
    | >Have you read 'http://stage.caldera.com/cgi-bin/ssl_reference?10756'?
    |
    | When I tried to access that directly, I got something that
    | told me I didn't have permission to access it. So I logged in
    | with my partner ID and tried again, but a search by TA # 10756
    | came up empty.
    |
    | Left out a digit perhaps? It's a shame that you can no longer
    | cut a link dirtectly from the search center..
    |

    Yes, I left out a digit.
    S/b 107566

    --
    JP
    Jean-Pierre Radley Guest

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