We have been googling far and wide without much luck..
On our ESXI 5.5 server, the Dell Server Administrator engine doesn't want to start-up due to "a semaphore set has to be created but the system limit for the maximum number of semaphore sets has been exceeded".
It seems like normal linux-like commands are not available to view or modify this are not available.
Jeff Ledbetter Product Architect | Roundtable Software
will list all semaphores, shared memory, and message queues and their owners
forgot to mention that you can use the ipcrm command to delete things. read man page first
I sure wish that command were available in the ESXI hyper-visor but it is not.
> On Feb 15, 2017, at 3:43 PM, Jeff Ledbetter wrote:
> I sure wish that command were available in the ESXI hyper-visor but it is not.
then you are going to have to restart it.
unless there is some other tool that will do the job, but that is beyond my meager knowledge
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