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Bug#275635: marked as done (How to increase the Threads Size in debian...)

Your message dated Fri, 4 Apr 2008 20:23:19 +0200
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regarding How to increase the Threads  Size in debian...
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Package: How to increase the Threads  Size in
Version: 2.4.24


when I type uname -a command I got the following,

Linux [machine name] 2.4.24 #2 SMP Tue Feb 10 01:00:24
PST 2004 i686

I hope the default thread size for debian is approx.

but my application will use more than 400 threads...
max. of 800 threads atleast...

Please suggest any solution for my problem.

Awaiting for your response.


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This is described in several pthread manpages and google.


Another Armenia, Belgium ... the weak innocents who always seem to be
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