Hi,I am a newbe, so forgive me .I have new CentOS 6.4 system.I have a .sh script which is writing a file to NFS mount, it runs as non-root user.Script is running... [by leszekgeba]
on 07/04/2013 – Made popular on 07/04/2013
I have a few scripts (that currently run in a CentOS system) I have moved to a new Ubuntu 14.04 system. These scripts are in the /etc/cron.daily to run once a day. These scripts are to run at the system level as root.
Running across some curious stuff with ulimit on CentOS 5.10.
We have a non CentOS packaged version of Asterisk (using their packages) that we start at boot time with a typical RC script.
Recently it started whining that it couldn't open enough file handles.
As we dug further into this, it appears that at boot time, it inherits ulimit from init, which is pretty low: 1024.
I have OpenSuse Linux 12.3, and I have a script file that runs every half hour. I know it runs because it generates a log file. The log file as as follows: myscript.sh
I should say that this script runs fine from the command line. It also runs fine in Task Scheduler if I tell it to "run now" ...