Pretty much all the answers I got suggested a possible memory hogging
problem by a process, either eating up swap space, huge shared memory
areas, semaphores, or memory leaks. Just as mysteriously as the problem
arrived, however, it left, so I don't actually know what happened.
Recommendations as to what to do:
1) Get the top program and see which programs are hogging memory.
2) Run /usr/ucb/ps -auwx and check memory usage.
3) Call Sun support (which I did when I eventually became stumped). They
never found it either, but the problem went away later that day, so I
don't know what happened, either.
For another question, I have a file that I am trying to change the ACL on,
and I'm running the command in the exact same format as in the setfacl(1)
# setfacl -m user:bob:rwx mla
But I get the following error message:
mla: failed to set acl entries
setacl error: Invalid argument
Bob is a valid user, and mla is a subdirectory.
Will summarize. I am stumped on this one, because AFAIK, I'm following
the directions in the man page.
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