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SubjectRe: forking
Ok then, we seem to be looking at a 2.2.x problem, what regarding, I
don't know. It's not in 2.0.x (I've pushed my box into the 512 range on
2.0.36 and then received the "cannot fork"). Suggestions so far have
been memory fragmentation and insufficient procs. Anyone else have
ideas?

Victor

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