paul at boddie.org.uk
Fri Aug 29 21:25:07 CEST 2008
On 28 Aug, 07:30, dieter <vel.ac... at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm doing some simple file manipulation work and the process gets
> "Killed" everytime I run it. No traceback, no segfault... just the
> word "Killed" in the bash shell and the process ends. The first few
> batch runs would only succeed with one or two files being processed
> (out of 60) before the process was "Killed". Now it makes no
> successful progress at all. Just a little processing then "Killed".
It might be interesting to check the various limits in your shell. Try
Documentation can found in the bash manual page. The limits include
memory size, CPU time, open file descriptors, and a few other things.
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