General :: Trash Has Reached Maximum Size

Mar 8, 2011

When I try to delete a file, ( move to trash ) It says , The trash has reached It's maximum size! clean the trash manually. When I click on the trash icon on desktop it is empty. Where is the trash? Where can I delete these files ?

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Ubuntu :: Getting Maximum Number Of Clients Reached?

Feb 18, 2010

In the last week or so, I've frequently been running out of X server client connection slots and getting "Maximum number of clients reached" errors. For example, I'm getting it right now and I'm running 3 pterms, Chrome, and Thunderbird; I've even killed my panel. 'xwininfo -root -children' produces what seems to be an absurd number of X clients (150-ish, when it's able to make a connection), even immediately after Gnome/Xfce startup.

It doesn't take long. A day at most. I've had this system up and running for months, and this just started happening. I did install some X development libraries (x11proto-core-dev, libmotif-dev, x11proto-print-dev, and x11proto-xext-dev plus their dependencies) about two weeks ago, but this problem has not been happening that long. I've installed other packages, but nothing that would seem to have any relation to this problem. I've logged out and in, rebooted, and changed from Gnome to Xfce, and none of the changes helped.

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Slackware :: X11 - Maximum Number Of Clients Reached

Feb 21, 2011

I have done nothing with the system, but starting this morning, i experienced a strange condition on my desktop. I'm unable to open any applications at all. It will close instantly.

When i tried to run from terminal, it will give me an error like this:

Quote:

I checked using

Code:

And i got around 234 which is too much that it takes almost all of the open files allowed. Logging out to text and brings back X will solve the problem, but it's only a temporary solution until X opens more sockets again. I'm running -Current (32 bit)

It seems that there's a hackish solution in here: [url]. Dunno whether it's a nice solution or not, but i'm willing to try it.

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OpenSUSE Install :: Maximum Number Of X Display Failures Reached?

May 4, 2009

I tried ubuntu for a few weeks, but I couldn't get the nvidia drivers to work, I tried everything. So, I got sick of that, and went to download OpenSuse, which seems to be even nicer (..... ) I downloaded the 11.1 liveCD (gnome) from here. I nicley got the welcome screen, and the option screen (liveCD, check errors etc.). I chose LiveCD and it started booting, I got the splash screen with the loading bar, and after it completely loaded, the screen turns black with a lot of messages and at the end:

Code:
GdmLocalDisplayFactory: Maximum number of X display failures reached: Check X server log for errors.
Great, I hoped for better luck after Ubuntu..
My sys. specs:
Asus F3Sc 32bit
Intel CentrinoDuo

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Fedora :: 14-Maximum Number Of Clients Reached - Unable To Open Display ?

Nov 6, 2010

Ever since upgrading to Fedora 14, my system has been almost unusable. I can only have a few windows of anything open before I start getting messages about:

Maximum number of clients reachedMaximum number of clients reachedMaximum number of clients reachedMaximum number of clients reachedxwininfo: unable to open display ':0.0'

I am unable to open any new windows then and lots of programs crash.

When things are still running correctly.

A few minutes later:

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General :: Boot - Maximum Vmalloc Parameter Size?

May 31, 2011

First off all, I'm booting from a large MEMDISK using PXE (900MB) . Due to our environment, I cannot decrease the size, nor move files to a nfs/iSCSI/... environment. Everything needs to be in that MEMDISK.

Now, when I try to run the OS, I get out of vmalloc space. How do I increase it to a number which allows such a large image to be mapped? I tried the parameter "vmalloc=1280M", but with that parameter, I don't get past the Booting the kernel screen.

Memory should not be an issue, since the machine(s) have at least 2GB RAM. (900MB MEMDISK + 256MB for other kernel stuff + 768MB for user stuff). The machine(s) have a Pentium 4 Extreme Edition processor, with hyperthreading and SSE2, but no EM64T.

How can I boot the system, and get past that message? Decreasing the MEMDISK size is not possible too. It is at the smallest we can get with our userland + kernel + modules.

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General :: Changing Maximum Shared Memory Size

Jul 17, 2011

How do I change the size of the available shared memory on Linux?evidently 4GB is not enough for what I am doing (I need to load a lot of data into shared memory - my machine got 8GB of RAM).

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General :: 512KB Maximum Transfer Size Per Command?

Apr 7, 2011

I'm using fc14 and the SG driver to test some SCSI (SAS) targets. In doing so, I'm bumping up against what appears to be a 512KB maximum transfer size per command. Transfers up to 4MB sometimes work, but often they result in ENOMEM or EINVAL returned from the write() function in the SG driver. I could not find any good documentation on how the SCSI system in Linux works so I've been studying the source for drivers in drivers/scsi.

I see that there is a scsi_device struct that contains a request_queue struct that contains a queue_limits struct that contains an element called max_sectors. The SG driver seems to use this to limit the size of the reserve buffer it is willing to create. I see that there are several constants used to initialize max_sectors to 1024 which would result in the 512KB limit I see (with targets having 512 byte sectors). At this point I have several questions:

1) When the open() function for the sg driver gets called, who initializes the scsi_device struct with the default values?

2) Can I merely change the limits struct to arbitrary values after initialization and cause the SG ioctls to set the reserve buffer to allow greater values?......

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General :: Find Out Maximum Size Of A Image Disk File Created By Kvm-img?

May 22, 2011

I created a VM disk image with kvm-img, but I forget what was the max size of that disk image when I created it. Currently, its size is 6.2G, I want to install some large packages in that VM, so I want to make sure the disk image can expand to an adequate size.

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General :: Break Copy Process When Folder Size Reaches Its Maximum?

Mar 19, 2011

I have written a script.

#/bin/bash
a=`du -sh /root/samplefolder | cut -f1`
echo $a > testfile

[code]....

The aim of this script is, when the folder reaches 20M then attributes will be set to that particular folder so that no newfiles and folders cannot be created or copied to that samplefolder. whenever i copy a file morethan 20M to that folder its getting copied fully and then the attributes were applied. But i dont want this to happen, when the folder reaches its maximum current write operation to that folder should be stopped automatically with a error.

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Jan 20, 2010

I have set up squid server. My cache directory has been set up as per following statements.cache_dir ufs /Cache1/squid 10000 16 256cache_dir ufs /Cache2/squid 10000 16 256Now the problem is that size of /Cache1 and /Cache2 has reached to about 8GB and in near future it will reach the maximum limit of 10GB. I just want to know that whether I need to delete the contents of these directories or otherwise.

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Hardware :: Mkpart With Maximum Size Available?

Feb 2, 2010

how to mkpart with maximum size available?

mkpart primary 0 3001G

I have 3TB raid disk. I cannot install centos using GPT partition. I need to use parted and mkpart to format it.

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Ubuntu Servers :: Set Maximum Attachment Size?

Jun 4, 2011

I use U-server. I set up an mail server as described in Ubuntu Documentation > Ubuntu 11.04 > Ubuntu Server Guide > Email Services.

How can I turn off maximum attachment size. On my server I don't want to limit the size of e mails that arrives.

I manage my server with webmin

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Sep 24, 2010

This seems like a relatively simple question, but the answer seems to elude everyone: What is the MAXIMUM SIZE of a Linux loopback device (not counting any specific filesystem limitations)? Is it the maximum size of a linux block device?

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Mar 15, 2011

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Nov 28, 2009

How do I find out maximum I/O request size?

I'm using CentOS release 5.2

I know that the default size is 128 K, how do I find out/confirm this?

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Feb 9, 2010

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Mar 30, 2010

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May 22, 2010

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Mar 30, 2011

I would like to use ulimit -St <some number> to stop a process form running once the process has exceeded the amount of CPU time specified in the ulimt arg.

I have been able to get ulimit -t (or -Ht) to kill my process, but I need the signal to be something other than 9 and other than SIGXCPU.

Is there a way to have ulimit issue a kill -<somthing else> when the cpu time specified has been exceeded?

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Jun 4, 2010

The following recipient(s) cannot be reached:

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Feb 17, 2011

I have standalone Suse 10 SP3 that when I run

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Jun 18, 2010

I have a Linux server running CentOS with 2GB RAM. I am searching in google and also in this forum but could not find any luck yet. I am searching the way that we can receive notification by system to a specified email when the memory reached a specified value we defined.

Is there any tool or sort of shell script we set via crontab every minute to check that?

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Mar 12, 2011

When I move something to Trash it doesn't show the option of "Empty Trash". I can use "move to Trash" and it just moving there like some ordinary folder, but shift+del give me an option for deleting the files. Using OpenSUSE 11.3 32bit.

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Feb 5, 2011

i have configured dns but error always appear server could not be reached .my ip add 192.168.10.2 and files are named.conf,192.168.10.zone and server.home.com(hostname)and home.com.zone

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Jan 7, 2010

I am using xterm and sometimes when typing long commands into a small window, the command extends beyond the end of the line. On my old uni setup, when this happens, the cursor moves to the line below and you can see what text you have typed above however on my slack 13 setup, it overwrites the current line so you cannot see what you have typed! How can I set xterm to move onto the next line instead of overtyping?

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Dec 24, 2010

I have a problem with a couple of folders in the Trash. If I click on the Trash icon, 2 foldersare there, and when I try to delete them, it just says "Failed to delete the item from the trash"

But when I go to .local/share/Trash there are no files there! Anyway, I tried using the command "sudo rm -rf .local/share/Trash", it shows no error, but the files continue when I click in the trash icon.

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Dec 24, 2010

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General :: What Is The Maximum No Of Processes That Can Be Run

Jul 23, 2010

I want to know what is the maximum no of processes that can be run in Linux ,as it is a multitasking so what is the limit of this.

some one told me that 8192 but why this not 10000 or 500 why 8192.

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General :: Maximum Number Of Partitions With EFI?

Jul 5, 2011

I was wondering what is the maximum number of partition on an GPT-partitionned drive under Linux. The GPT partition table can contain up to 128 partitions, but the device nodes for /dev/sda? (as described here, block device of major number 8) only allow /dev/sda1 up to /dev/sda15. Does that means that there cannot be more that 15 partitions on a drive, even on a GPT-partitionned drive?

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