Re: Maximum Number for a Process ID?
Date: Mon, 29 Aug 2005 08:36:18 -0500
> On SGI, and Red Hat Linux what is the maximum possible number for a
> On SGI, "ps -A" shows me 9 digits, and on Linux it shows 5!
> Thank you,
> Christopher Lusardi
man limits or see /usr/include/limits.h and look for PID_MAX.
Senior Software Engineer
NimbleGen Systems Inc.
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