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I have a server running Solaris 10. It reports using 10% of total memory using prstat. I 've ran process using Java 1.7.0_80 in 64-bit mode. The problem is that System always nags about process.max-stack-size no matter how much I change the stack size of related project on /etc/projects and re-lunching the app ( Screen shot attached) Should I use any specific tunning to run java applications on Solaris 10? Why program does not show any error and run perfectly while solaris nags about stack limitation?

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    This is not a error message is a notice message, messages may be quieted in syslog by using rctladm -d syslog process.max-stack-size – Federico Sierra Mar 17 '17 at 22:09
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I think it's nagging to give the SA an idea that something might be going on with the box.

I also have a suspicion that you may be working in a zone. If so, it may have some resource restrictions imposed on it.

Reco you talk to your SA.

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  • the server is in global zone – Sh0o Mar 18 '17 at 8:00

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